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How to put forward and backward iterations in embedded m-func block?

How to put forward and backward iterations in embedded m-func block?

How to put forward and backward iterations in embedded m-func block?

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Hello:

  I'm having a m-function code, and it works perfectly when I have some workspace variables. However, it never works if i put these r,N,N1 and P as inputs to an embedded matlab function. I guess the problem is due to the clock, since m-file can have a "for x,-1,y" backward iteration loop as well as a forward loop in a same file, but Simulink clock is only forward going. So how can I actually realize the following calculation within Simulink? Please give an advice, thank you.



function [x] = abc(r,N,N1,P)


p=1;

q=1/r;


a=1;

b=0.9;

C=24.1*55*3600;
x0=C
ref=1;


    for t=1:(N-mod(N,N1))/N1
        
        S(t*N1+1)=p;
    v(t*N1+1)=0.8*C*ref*p;

        for k=t*N1:-1:(t-1)*N1+1
    
    div=r+S(k+1)*b^2;
       K(k)=b*S(k+1)/div;
             S(k)=q+S(k+1)*r/div;
            K3(k)=b*P(k)*S(k+1)/div;
            
            v1=S(k+1)*(0.81*v(k+1)-P(k)*r)
           v(k)=v(k+1)+0.6*C*q-v1/div;
           Kv(k)=0.9/div;
       end
       x(1)=x0;
         for k=(t-1)*N1+1:t*N1;
                      u(k)=-K(k)*x(k)+Kv(k)*v(k+1)+K3(k);
                       x(k+1)=x(k)+0.9*u(k)-P(k);
           
         end

    end;


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