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Fri, 25 Jan 2008 23:29:02 -0600
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Doug Stewart wrote:
I thought the official question was to point folks to flowdesigner or
Enrico Bedogni wrote:
maybe it's a stupid question but i'm just started to use octave and i don't
know if there is sonthing like simulink (as in matlab)
i wuold be happy if someone can resolve this problem given that i've to use
that at university.
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No. Octave does not have simulink.
Take a look at Scilab
In Scilab there is an application called Scicos this is like simulink.
I use Octave for all my laplace functions and Scicos for simulink type
In principle, one can start off adding objects to FlowDesigner and convert
them to Octave objects -OR- generate equivalent M-file/code thats runnable
later. Its bound to be very interesting project, given license
But to answer your question, nothing exists with tight integration. Not
- ?, Enrico Bedogni, 2008/01/26
- Re: ?, Doug Stewart, 2008/01/26
- Re: ?,
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