The Resolve simultaneous signal updates according to event priority option lets you defer certain operations until the application determines which other operations are supposed to be simultaneous. To use this option appropriately, you should understand your modeling goals, your model's design, and the way the application processes signal updates that are simultaneous with other operations in the simulation. The table indicates sources of relevant information that can help you use the Resolve simultaneous signal updates according to event priority option.
|To Read About...||Refer to...||Description|
|Background||Detection of Signal Updates and Effect of Simultaneous Operations||What simultaneous signal updates are, and the context in which the option is relevant|
|Behavior||Specify Event Priorities to Resolve Simultaneous Signal Updates||How the simulation behaves when you select the option|
|Resolve Simultaneous Signal Updates Without Specifying Event Priorities||How the simulation behaves when you do not select the option|
|Examples||Effects of Specifying Event Priorities||Illustrates the significance of the option|
|Choose Values for Event Priorities||Examines the role of event priority values, assuming you have selected the option|
|Tips||Choose an Approach for Simultaneous Events||Tips to help you decide how to configure your model|
For more general information about simultaneous events, information in Simultaneous Events is also relevant.