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How can I return from simulink to matlab thread?

Asked by Gun-min Kim

Gun-min Kim (view profile)

on 18 May 2012

Hi ! I am currently doing 'real-time audio processing' using simulink and matlab.

Firsly, I built system block for simulink ('record_test.mdl') like this. ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/52197146@N07/7216105684/in/photostream)

Followings are my MATLAB code(.mfile).

(...)
sim('record_test'); 
(other codes...)

But the process doesn't return from simulink to MATLAB at all.

Is there anyone who can give me some advice? I really appreciate all of your comments.

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Kaustubha Govind

Kaustubha Govind (view profile)

on 18 May 2012

Do you mean the SIM command hangs your MATLAB script?

Yash

Yash (view profile)

on 9 Jul 2012

yes this will happen in SIM when working with real time audeio

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Answer by Guy Rouleau

Guy Rouleau (view profile)

on 18 May 2012
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SIM is blocking, it will return to your script only when the simulation terminates.

If you want to start a simulation from command line in a non-blocking way, you can use:

set_param(modelname,'simulationcommand','start')

That way your script will continue to the next line once the simulation is started, without waiting for it to complete.

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K E

K E (view profile)

on 10 Jul 2012

I did not know this, so thanks.

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