Model Configuration Parameters: Model Referencing
The Model Referencing pane of the Configuration Parameters dialog box allows you to specify options for:
Including other models in this model.
Including the current model in other models.
The option descriptions use the term this model to refer to the model that you are configuring and the term referenced model to designate models referenced by this model.
To open the Configuration Parameters dialog box for the top model in a model hierarchy, in the Simulink® Toolstrip, on the Modeling tab, click Model Settings.
To open the Configuration Parameters dialog box for the current referenced model, on the Modeling tab, click the Model Settings button arrow, then select Model Settings in the Referenced Model section.
Select the method used to determine when to rebuild simulation and code generation targets for referenced models before updating, simulating, or generating code from this model.
Select the diagnostic action that Simulink software should take if it detects a model reference target that needs to be rebuilt.
Specify whether to use automatic parallel building of the model reference hierarchy whenever possible.
Specify how to initialize MATLAB® workers for parallel builds.
This parameter enables these checks for referenced models:
Specify how many references to this model can occur in another model.
Select how variable-size signals propagate through referenced models.
Try to eliminate artificial algebraic loops from a model that involve the current referenced model
Pass propagated signal names to output signals of Model block.
Specify whether a model that references this model passes its scalar inputs to this model by value for code generation.
Add user-created dependencies to the set of known target dependencies by using the Model dependencies parameter.
Specify whether to perform a consistency check on the parallel pool before starting a parallel build.
|Include custom code for referenced models||Use custom code with Stateflow® or with MATLAB Function blocks during model reference accelerator simulation.|
|Speed up simulation in model references using local solvers|