New System Objects

These are a specialized kind of MATLAB® objects. System objects, conceptually, are designed with the intention of implementing and simulating dynamic systems that have variable and dynamic inputs (which change over time). They use internal states to capture/store past behaviour, which in turn can be used for the next computational step.

Such properties entail multiplicity in their usage. Applications include control systems, communication, iterative computations, video and audio processing systems

Some examples of new system objects are:

  • Utility Blocks
  • Tuned Properties
  • System Object Resources
  • System Object
  • Property Attributes
  • Modulation
  • Methods Timing
  • Method Call Sequence
  • Input Size Change
  • Inactive Properties
  • Finite String Set
  • Finite Source Objects
  • Composite System Objects
  • Basic System Objects
  • Algorithm State