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Signal Blocks Library Overview

This library contains components to manipulate or generate input and output signals.

Type

Description

Boolean

Demultiplexers and multiplexers to separate or combine Boolean signals. Also, manipulate Boolean input and output signals based on equality and inequality operators (for example, > and <).

Continuous

Manipulate continuous input and output signals described by differential equations

Controllers

Proportional-integral (PI) and proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controllers

Discontinuous

Manipulate discontinuous and non-differentiable algebraic input and output signals

Discrete

Manipulate discrete input and output signals with fixed sample periods

Interpolation Tables

Generate physical signals based on values in interpolation tables

Relational

Manipulate Boolean input and output signals based on relational logical operators (for example, AND and XOR)

Signal Converters

Convert signals to other signal types (for example, convert a Boolean signal to a real signal)

Mathematical

Type

Description

Mathematical Functions

Perform mathematical functions on signals (for example, sine and square root)

Mathematical Operators

Perform mathematical operations on signals (for example, adding and multiplication)

Routing

Type

Description

Demultiplexers

Demultiplexers to separate real signals

Multiplexers

Multiplexers to combine real signals

Selectors

Extract signals from signal vectors

To From Blocks

Retrieve variable values as output signals and assign the input signals to variables

Sources

Type

Description

Boolean Sources

Generate Boolean signals

Integer Sources

Generate integer signals

Real Sources

Generate real signals

See Also

MapleSim Library Overview

 

 

 

 

 


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