Most popular Ni introduces graphical difference an

2022-07-27
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Ni launched a graphical difference and user interface toolkit to compare the models developed by MathWorks, Inc. Simulink software. Ni launched a graphical difference and a: 0.75% and 1.5% of the user interface toolkit were used to compare the models developed by MathWorks, Inc. Simulink software. In May 2008, National Instruments Co., Ltd. (Ni) launched a graphical difference and user interface toolkit, It is a software solution that helps engineers and scientists identify the differences between models built using MathWorks, Inc. Simulink software. Engineers and scientists can also easily create user interfaces by using this toolkit to interact with the models established by Simulink. The ability to quickly and easily compare models and identify differences between models makes this toolkit an ideal choice for team application development. It can be applied to aerospace, automotive and medical industries. This toolkit is jointly developed by Ni and a German based technology software company, ExpertControl, and is applicable to many industries and fields around the world

the toolkit can facilitate users to compare and find out the differences in structure, parameters and vision between Simulink software block diagrams, subsystems, s functions and state diagrams developed with MathWorks, Inc. stateflow software. Users can also filter these listed differences to facilitate the viewing and management of results. In addition, users can visually display the differences in Simulink models and import them into excel tables for further analysis and research

the graphical difference and user interface tool package contains ecdiff graphical difference tools for comparing models created using Simulink software, NI LabVIEW basic layout graphical programming environment and LabVIEW simulation interface toolkit. It provides engineers and scientists with an easy-to-use comprehensive software environment for creating construction, control and testing applications, and can use Simulink software to apply the developed models to practical projects. By using LabVIEW software and LabVIEW simulation interface toolkit, users can create customized user interfaces in LabVIEW software and interact with the models developed by Simulink software. Engineers and scientists can also use LabVIEW real-time module and LabVIEW FPGA module to connect the model to real-time i/the Ministry of industry and information technology will also focus on optimizing the development environment of the new material industry to carry out prototype development, release and hardware in the loop simulation development

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