How can I use my function in a simulink block

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Lluis Ballber Mayans
Lluis Ballber Mayans 2019 年 8 月 1 日
Sorry in advance because I don't know how should be done so I can't show you any code/script. I have a huge Matlab project written and now I have to validate some function which are inside it using Simulink. These functions are .m files and I know which they are so my main idea was using each function as a block and run whatever I need but I think I can't because they are not in the same path as the simulink project and also they use functions like tf or c2d which are not suported. As a brief example, imagine that you have a function called integrator.m like this:
function y=integrator(u,Ts)
Which is equal to the block if I'm not wrong...
And what I want is having a block which execute my function as follows:
As I told you, this function is in a different folder from the simulink one. I know that the example is so silly but I think it simplifies well my problem without complicating with explanations about my real functions.

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Gokul Prassad
Gokul Prassad 2019 年 8 月 1 日
You can try adding the functions in the same path as the Simulink model.
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Lluis Ballber Mayans
Lluis Ballber Mayans 2019 年 8 月 2 日
This is not an option since I told you that they are in a different paths but thank you anyway!





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