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ConfigurationDesk 6.1

Published: June 21, 2018

Computing multiple models per core

The latest version of ConfigurationDesk supports the computation of multiple simulation models on one processor core. It is now possible to assign Simulink® models, Simulink implementation container (SIC) files, and Functional Mock-up Units (FMUs) to a simulation process and compute them together on the same processor core of the real-time PC. The order in which the modeled functions are computed can be either determined by ConfigurationDesk using the data exchange between the models or specified manually.

Models from different modeling environments or different Simulink versions can be combined to form an overall model. When a model or submodel is modified, only the affected part of the C code has to be generated again, which saves a tremendous amount of time.

ConfigurationDesk 6.1 also supports new I/O functions that facilitate Ethernet data transmission via the TCP and UDP protocols, for example. 

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