DSPACE TARGETLINK PDF
With dSPACE TargetLink, you can generate highly efficient ECU code straight from the graphical development environment MATLAB®/Simulink®/Stateflow®. You can test and verify Simulink models and TargetLink models with TPT. TPT can also automatically generate test data to test those models. Thanks to the close integration between dSPACE TargetLink and BTC tool-chain, this effort can be dramatically reduced, giving the user more time to focus on.
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Solving the complexity puzzle More and more extensive functionalities are being developed in work groups that consist of a large number targetlik software developers from various development partners — a great challenge for the development process. Versatile code configuration options ensure that the production code can handle processor constraints. Computers and Peripherals Data Center. Real-world bypass demonstration targetpink ControlDesk In this webinar recording, dSPACE demonstrates how to perform automotive function development and prototyping with an early focus on production code constraints.
Access to any linked site or any link contained in a linked site is at the user’s own risk. It does not matter if the model is made up of few or thousands signals and blocks. Innovative interface concept for ports, measurement signals and calibration parameters.
Sort-by-date operation in the Property Manager to support change tracking in models Improved display, scrolling and multiple select feature in the Tagetlink Manager to simplify property browsing and modifying Axis labeling in signal plots with variables or blocks names and physical units Signal plotting dspacce either staircase or interpolated format.
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Video: Introduction to TargetLink – dSPACE
With TargetLink, you can convert graphical models directly and deterministically into highest quality production code. TPT supports functionalities like busses, model referencing, triggered subsystems, data dictonaries, scaling and much more. Test cases can be modeled manually as functional test cases, or they can be automatically generated as structural test cases by TASMO to meet model coverage.
That way all parameters of the Simulink model can be called up in the TPT test model or can be modified by the test cases. Distributed development by large teams is much easier, and large models can be handled more efficiently. Communications Equipment, Computers and Peripherals. STMicroelectronics may change or discontinue its partner programs or its products or services at any time and without notice.
After the test execution, TPT starts the test assessment targetlonk on the collected data. Workflow of testing Simulink models with TPT. Enhanced traceability between model and generated code via checksums Improved hook-function flexibility for code generation and code coverage Supports user-defined properties during ASAM MCD 2MC file generation process.
Supports events on state machine level to assist the synchronization of state charts.
Legal notice Privacy statement. Enhanced modeling functionality Supports sample time specifications in the constant block to simplify code generation for multirate systems.
Testing Simulink models
However, to verify system safety, it is not enough to regard only the model level; the properties of the C code and even of the binary machine code also have to be investigated. A report of the results is generated. Complex tests or test suites can be executed unattended in batch mode, for example overnight. Besides functional requirements-based testing, TPT supports regression and back-to-back tests between MiL and SiL, as well as structural tests including automatic test case generation of Simulink and TargetLink models.
STMicroelectronics is not responsible for any form of transmission received from any linked site, including but not limited to webcasting or audio transmission. In model-based development, software is developed at a high tatgetlink of abstraction, i.
Overview dzpace the Different Simulation Modes Supports sample time specifications in the constant block to simplify code generation for multirate systems.
The high degree of abstraction allows intuitive application development and increases the efficiency of development.
Seamless transition from prototyping to series production No need to perform complex software integration. TargetLink will cut your development time dramatically. All TPT-assessments can be used for the evaluation of the test; for example the tzrgetlink signal comparison where the quantization introduced by scaling can be taken into account. Large models completely under control Read More. Data Dictionary Overview