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converting M-file into a block function in simulink

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hello can you show me how to move "file.m" into a function block in simulink thank you!


dong van duc
dong van duc on 15 Aug 2012
I want to know all the "file.m" transformed into a block in "simulink"?

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Kaustubha Govind
Kaustubha Govind on 15 Aug 2012
Edited: John Kelly on 26 Feb 2015
You can call the function from any of three MATLAB Function blocks.


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dong van duc
dong van duc on 22 Aug 2012
I use a block "Level-2 M-file S-Function", M-file name = duong_truyen, I get a error: "Eroor due to multiple causes --> Too many input arguments.-->Error evaluating the initialization for M-S-Function 'duong_truyen'.Too many input arguments.The following is the MATLAB call stack (file names and line numbers) that produced this error:"
Kaustubha Govind
Kaustubha Govind on 22 Aug 2012
Please start a new question and paste your code and the error message with the stack as well.

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Youssef Haical
Youssef Haical on 5 Sep 2014
Edited: Youssef Haical on 5 Sep 2014
i made it but this answer is not clear ,,,, please try to show us just how we can add the initial values to run the simulink model without opening the command window and writing the values and then we run the simulink model
for example : i have this initial parameters : Pm=100e3; Flux=200; Ts=2e-5; p=2 ; N=2; f=50;
i need to make them inside of my simulink model without writing them in m-file or in command window
please help me


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karishma kousar
karishma kousar on 1 Apr 2016
hello sir i have a matlab code for face detection but i dont know how to do the simulink blocks,please any one can help me in this designing a simulink model for my matlab code


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