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Represents a model, which is a mathematical representation of a real-world system. A model responds to stimuli by producing outputs in a way that emulates the behavior of the modeled item. Models contain inputs and outputs that send and receive data. Models contain parameters you can manipulate and signals whose values you can view. For example, a model that generates a sine wave contains parameters that adjust the amplitude and frequency of the sine wave. You can view the value of the sine wave using the model signal.
Assembly: NationalInstruments.VeriStand.SystemDefinitionAPI (in NationalInstruments.VeriStand.SystemDefinitionAPI.dll) Version: 2017.0.0.0 (2017.0.0.128)
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Public Class Model _ Inherits Section
public class Model : Section
public ref class Model : public Section
Accessing this Class
For example code and more information about accessing this class, refer to one of the following help topics:System.Object
Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are safe for multithreaded operations. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.