Requirements of MATLAB/Simulink for Signals
The MATLAB instrumental tools accelerate development of application owing to the integration of such different plan tools like the language for working with matrixes, visual modelling, automatic generation of the software code and additional packages for various knowledge areas into one environment. Its powerful language of matrix computations is natural for representation of signals and development of algorithms for digital processing of signals. Additional packages of applied MATLAB (toolboxes) software and Simulink blocks are the richest sources of ready functions, basic blocks for construction of models and visual tools for work with signals. This ensures a wonderful base for user’s own algorithms and software. As an integral part of MATLAB products package for signal processing, Simulink allows fast development, modelling and testing of digital processing of signals using interactive visual modelling with the help of diagrams. Simulink helps analyse the work of algorithms at the earliest stages of software development.
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