How can I use a parfor loop in matlab for a simulink simulation using structs?

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I have a simulink model with different outputs (to workspace - matrix) and one input x (factor) that I want to run in a parfor loop. The simulation takes hours so I wanted to use parallel computing, storing the results in structs (or what else would be possible?). I always get the message 'syntax error' - (its working as a normal for loop) who can show me the problem? thanks! marcus
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factor= 1:10;
parfor counter= 1:10
x = factor(counter);
counter.(['Durchlauf_' num2str(counter)]).Voltage= simout_NVP_Voltage;
counter.(['Durchlauf_' num2str(counter)]).Current= simout_NVP_Current;
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Answers (1)

Edric Ellis
Edric Ellis on 10 Dec 2013
There's lots of information about using Simulink inside PARFOR here. I think you need to use the single-output-argument form of the SIM command.
Kaustubha Govind
Kaustubha Govind on 18 Dec 2013
Is the 'frequency' value for the powergui block or any source block in your model set to a workspace variable?

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