How much do you know about working with a system model at the center of the development process?
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What is Model-Based Design?
What can you develop using Model-Based Design?
Using Model-Based Design for simulations of your system helps with which of the following:
True or false? In addition to simulation, system models used in Model-Based Design enable you to do activities such as requirements capture, systems engineering, code generation, model-based verification and validation, and predictive maintenance.
Which of the following is NOT a way in which Model-Based Design helps you reduce the number of hardware prototypes?
True or false? Using Model-Based Design, you can automatically generate optimized C, C++, CUDA, VHDL, Verilog, and PLC code and run it on embedded devices such as microprocessors, DSPs, GPUs, FPGAs, ASICs, SoCs, and PLCs.
What do you do with existing C/C++ code when you adopt Model-Based Design?
Which of the following model verification activities can be automated with Model-Based Design?
Model-Based Design complements and enables Agile development practices, including:
True or false? Models used in Model-Based Design cannot be used as digital twins of actual physical assets in operation.
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