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How can I measure the execution time of a simulink code in BeagleBone Black?

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Dileep Krishnan
Dileep Krishnan on 29 Feb 2016
Commented: Dileep Krishnan on 8 Mar 2016
I am compiling a simulink code with Embedded Coder for BeagleBone Black. I want to measure the execution time taken by one step of the code. How can I measure the execution time? Is there anything similar to TET block of Simulink RealTime available in Embedded Coder?

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Satyajeet Sasmal
Satyajeet Sasmal on 2 Mar 2016
Hi Dileep. Please look at the link below.
I believe this is exactly what you are looking for: https://www.mathworks.com/examples/embedded-coder/mw/armcortexa_product-arm_cortex_a_profiling-real-time-code-execution-profiling
-Satya
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Dileep Krishnan
Dileep Krishnan on 8 Mar 2016
Hello Satya,
Thanks for the reply. This method executes the code on an Emulator. I wanted to know the execution time which the program takes in actual BeagleBoard Black hardware, with all the interfaces, like Serial communication and PWM outputs.
Regards, Dileep Krishnan

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