Learn how to import a Mathworks Simulink model into IBM® Rational® Rhapsody and then simulate the two models together. Many embedded and real-time systems have to interact with a physical system that contains complex dynamic behavior. The MathWorks Simulink is the leading tool for dynamic control systems design, and Rational Rhapsody is a leading tool for embedded and real-time systems development. Integrating Simulink models into Rational Rhapsody lets you include control algorithms and plant models developed in Simulink into a Rational Rhapsody design, thereby enabling a true hybrid modeling, execution, and code generation environment.
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Justin Dyer is a systems delivery practice leader at IBM Rational, a leading producer of tools for real-time systems and software development. Since joining IBM Rational (formerly Telelogic and I-Logix) in 1999, he has provided process and tool consulting and training to over 50 industry-leading corporations and government organizations. Justin's most recent focus has been in the area of model driven development. He is intimately familiar with the most widely used modeling languages including UML 2, SysML and DoDAF, and he is an expert in the use of Rational Rhapsody for model driven development.