Do not perform signal resolution. None of the signals, states, Stateflow® data, and MATLAB Function block data in the
model can resolve to
This setting does not affect data stores that you define by creating
Simulink.Signal objects (instead of using
Data Store Memory blocks).
Do not perform implicit signal resolution. Only explicitly specified signal resolution occurs. This is the recommended setting.
Explicit and implicit
Perform implicit signal resolution wherever possible, without posting any warnings about the implicit resolutions.
Explicit and warn implicit
Perform implicit signal resolution wherever possible, posting a warning of each implicit resolution that occurs.
To reduce the dependency of the model on variables
and objects in workspaces and data dictionaries, which can improve
model portability, readability, and ease of maintenance, use
When you use this setting, migrate design attributes from existing
Simulink.Signal objects into the model by using block
parameters and signal properties (for example, in the Model Data Editor or
in Signal Properties dialog boxes).
Use the Signal Properties dialog box (see Signal Properties Dialog Box) to specify explicit resolution for signals.
Use the State Attributes pane on dialog boxes of blocks that have discrete states, e.g., the Discrete-Time Integrator block, to specify explicit resolution for discrete states.
Multiple signals can resolve to the same signal object
and have the properties that the object specifies. However, the signal
object cannot use a storage class other than
MathWorks® discourages using implicit signal resolution except for fast prototyping, because implicit resolution slows performance, complicates model validation, and can have nondeterministic effects.
Simulink® software provides the
which you can use to change settings throughout a model so that it
does not use implicit signal resolution.
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