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S i m u l i n k Prof. Muhammad Saeed Mathematical Modeling and Simulation UsingMATLAB 1

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2 Introduction How to start? Block Library Model Blocks Virtual Non-virtual User-defined Ports Time States Continuous Discrete Hybrid Parameters Normal Tunable Sample Time Subsystems

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3 Basic Blocks: Math Operations Logic & Bitwise Operators Sinks Sources Continuous Discontinuous Discrete User-defined Functions Language structures as blocks if for while do while Switch

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4 Creating Models Block Selection Sources Sinks System Blocks Block Editing Color Size Alignment Labeling Parameters and states Connecting Blocks Group Blocks

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5 Model Blocks: Source Sink Multiplication and Division Addition and Subtraction

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6 Model Blocks: Sum Dot Product Vector Multiplication Matrix Multiplication Element by Element By Matrix Rule

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7 Model Blocks: Built-in Functions abs max, min Logarithmic, exponential Trigonometric Polynomial Product Rounding off

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8 Model Blocks: User-defined Functions Embedded Matlab Function Function of Matlab Functions Matlab Function

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9 Differential Equation Models 1.

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10 Differential Equation Models 2.

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11 Differential Equation Models

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12 Differential Equation Models

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13 Differential Equation Models

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14 3. Differential Equation Models

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15 Differential Equation Models

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16 If else For While switch

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