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Test Model Components

Manage component test data, execute test suite in SIL or PIL simulation, configure Model Verification blocks

Analyze and simulate referenced models, subsystems, or atomic subcharts in a model. Isolate a subsystem or a referenced model for testing by extracting it into a harness model. Monitor time-domain signals in your model during simulation, according to specifications that you assign to blocks. Construct signal verifications, and selectively apply them based on the simulation input group.

Blocks

AssertionCheck whether signal is zero
Check Dynamic GapCheck that gap of possibly varying width occurs in range of signal's amplitudes
Check Dynamic Lower BoundCheck that one signal is always less than another signal
Check Dynamic RangeCheck that signal falls inside range of amplitudes that varies from time step to time step
Check Dynamic Upper BoundCheck that one signal is always greater than another signal
Check Input ResolutionCheck that input signal has specified resolution
Check Static GapCheck that gap exists in signal's range of amplitudes
Check Static Lower BoundCheck that signal is greater than (or optionally equal to) static lower bound
Check Static RangeCheck that signal falls inside fixed range of amplitudes
Check Static Upper BoundCheck that signal is less than (or optionally equal to) static upper bound

Topics

Component Verification

Strategies for verifying functional units of your model, in isolation or in the context of a larger system.

Construct Simulation Tests by Using the Verification Manager

Simulink® Model Verification library blocks assess time-domain signals in your model, according to the specifications that you assign to the blocks.