Øyvind Netland

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This paper describes how to configure MathWorks Real-Time Workshop to automatically build a control system application for an unsupported embedded computer platform. The application can be generated with a single command, allowing for quick iterations of testing and debugging. The I/O interface and control algorithm of the application is described in a(More)
The method presented in this paper, Software module real-time target (SMRT), aim to make code generated by Simulink Coder easy to include into a real-time embedded code project. It is intended to give developers experienced in embedded programming better control and flexibility when using Simulink Coder, without having to understand the code generation(More)
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