ETAS SCODE-CONGRA is an acausal modeling tool that enables dealing with math problems in a unique, graphical way. As constraint graphs reveal structural properties of equation-based models, in this article we examine a special structure: Algebraic loops.
Mathematical models of physical processes are essential in modern embedded function development. Having obtained a model that is based on equations, implementation often enough means to solve math puzzles – manually. If that’s not your idea of fun, find out how model implementation with ETAS SCODE-CONGRA is done in three quick steps.
Zombie code are those pieces of “undead” software and code designs that nobody wants to change, or the change requests are in the backlog due to late discovery. This article contrasts a traditional embedded software development workflow with a workflow using ETAS SCODE-ANALYZER which results in a 100% complete and consistent design without bugs or superfluous code.
ETAS INCA-FLOW (version 4.7) has new test bench methods which link test scripting to data-based modeling and optimization via ETAS ASCMO (Advanced Simulation for Calibration Modeling and Optimization). This enables calibration engineers to improve accuracy and efficiency during the development of optimized powertrain systems