Offers a single environment for combinatorial and sequential decision logic based on state machines and flow charts
NATICK, Mass. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — October 17, 2012 — MathWorks today announced a new version of Stateflow in R2012b that simplifies control logic design. A new Stateflow Editor, state transition tables, and MATLAB as an action language, help engineers build applications like supervisory control, task scheduling, and fault management more efficiently.
The new Stateflow Editor opens Simulink and Stateflow models in tabs, assists during editing and provides an integrated debugger to easily step through logic. (Photo: Business Wire)
Key New Features
- Stateflow Editor to access the Simulink model and Stateflow diagrams in the same window through tabs, and to assist with state diagram editing using smart guides, transition indicator lines, drag-margins and just-in-time error notification.
- State transition tables to build and edit state machines using a simple structured interface with automatic completion, syntax correction and diagnostic checks.
- MATLAB as the action language making it easy for MATLAB users to build state machines and flowcharts.
- Integrated debugger to help step through logic and identify design problems.
Register for the webinar, “ Control Logic Made Easy with Stateflow,” to learn more about the updates and their impact.
Availability and Pricing
Stateflow version R2012b is available immediately. U.S. list prices start at $3,000. For further information, visit the product web site at www.mathworks.com/products/stateflow.
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