Simulink Embedded Coder for Automatic C Code Generation


Simulink Embedded Coder for Automatic C Code Generation, Embedded Compiler Generate C and C code optimized for embedded systems.

Course Description

This course is designed to teach students how to use Simulink Embedded Coder to automatically generate C code from Simulink models. Students will learn how to configure the code generator, specify target hardware, and generate executable code. They will also learn how to debug and optimize embedded applications.

Understanding how Embedded Coder works under the hood, how to troubleshoot and optimize generated code Embedded Coder, and Embedded System prototyping tool, allows someone to understand its impact on subsystems and topologies during coding.

You can learn how to optimize the generated code as necessary to preserve the efficiency of the Embedded System.

Explore different aspects of code generation such as target hardware, compilation settings, and debugging embedded coder generates C and C++ code optimized for embedded systems by extending the capabilities offered by MATLAB coder in Simulink coder the generated code is ANSI and ISO C compliant so it can run on virtually any fixed or floating point-device and is particularly well-suited for applications that need to minimize memory usage or maximize speed you can replace the default code output with target-specific optimizations and customizations using code replacement libraries

What will you learn in this course?

  • You will learn how to use Embedded Coder in Matlab Simulink to generate C code for your embedded target device
  • You will learn how to start a new project and deal with STM32CubeMX
  • You will learn how to create a model in Matlab Simulink
  • You will learn how to automatically generate C code from a model.
  • You will also learn how to use Simulink to create an embedded system that can be used in a project.
  • Learn to Configure for Code Generation
  • Learn Optimizing and Packaging Code
  • Learn what is Simulink
  • Learn about MatLab

    Learn what an Embedded coder is

  • Learn How to Generate code for your MATLAB files and functions
  • Learn to Select your processor and code generation output

Supported Hardware

  • STMicroelectronics
  • Analog Devices®
  • ARM
  • BeagleBoard
  • Intel
  • Dronecode
  • Texas Instruments
  • Wind River
  • Xilinx

Course Benefits:


    As any experienced programmer knows, commenting on code is essential for two main reasons. First, it allows other developers (or yourself, when you return to old code) to more easily understand the purpose of various sections of code. Second, comments can act as documentation for how a system is supposed to work. Comments can also help with debugging by allowing you to insert print statements in key places in your code that will help you track down errors.

  • Generate powerful code automatically.

    Simulink Embedded Coder automatically generates consistent, readable, and portable C/C++ code from Simulink diagrams, Stateflow charts, and MATLAB functions. You can optimize generated code for improved performance and minimize memory footprint with just a few clicks. The software also provides tools for commenting, tracing, and documenting code so that you can more easily share and maintain your designs.

  • Traceability and Optimization.

    Commenting, tracing, and documenting code is important for creating readable and maintainable code. Simulink Embedded Coder can help to ensure that your code is well-documented and easy to follow. In addition, Simulink Embedded Coder can optimize your code for performance, making it more efficient.

Course Outline :

  • Selecting Targets
  • Working with Custom Data
  • Optimizing and Packaging Code
  • Commenting, Tracing, and Documenting Code
  • Executing and Verifying Code
  • Commenting, Tracing, and Documenting Code
  • Executing and Verifying Code

Automate your embedded software development process with Simulink and Coder.

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