Open allocation editor
systemcomposer.allocation.editor opens the Allocation Editor.
opens the Allocation Editor and selects the allocation set object
opens the Allocation Editor and selects the allocation set
Create Allocation Set and Open in Allocation Editor
Create two new models with a component each.
mSource = systemcomposer.createModel("Source_Model_Allocation",true); sourceComp = addComponent(get(mSource,"Architecture"),"Source_Component"); mTarget = systemcomposer.createModel("Target_Model_Allocation",true); targetComp = addComponent(get(mTarget,"Architecture"),"Target_Component");
Create the allocation set
allocSet = systemcomposer.allocation.createAllocationSet("MyNewAllocation",... "Source_Model_Allocation","Target_Model_Allocation");
Save the allocation set.
Open the Allocation Editor.
allocSet — Allocation set
allocation set object
Allocation set, specified as a
allocSetName — Allocation set name
character vector | string
Allocation set name, specified as a character vector or string.
An allocation establishes a directed relationship from architectural elements — components, ports, and connectors — in one model to architectural elements in another model.
Resource-based allocation allows you to allocate functional architectural elements to logical architectural elements and logical architectural elements to physical architectural elements.
An allocation scenario contains a set of allocations between a source and a target model.
Allocate between model elements in an allocation scenario. The
default allocation scenario is called
|Systems Engineering Approach for SoC Applications|
An allocation set consists of one or more allocation scenarios that describe various allocations between a source and a target model.
Create an allocation set with allocation scenarios in the Allocation Editor. Allocation sets are saved as MLDATX files.
Introduced in R2020b