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The generate_traffic.py script in /PythonAPI/examples provides an example of how to create a TM instance using a port passed as a script argument and register every vehicle spawned to it by setting the autopilot to True in a batch:
The example below sets the same list of vehicles to autopilot but instead configures them with moderate driving behavior. The vehicles drive 80% slower than the current speed limit, leaving at least 5 meters between themselves and other vehicles, and never perform lane changes:
The TM is not an actor that needs to be destroyed; it will stop when the client that created it stops. This is automatically managed by the API, the user does not have to do anything. However, when shutting down a TM, the user must destroy the vehicles controlled by it, otherwise they will remain immobile on the map. The script generate_traffic.py does this automatically:
Deterministic mode can be tested in the generate_traffic.py example script by passing a seed value as an argument. The following example populates a map with 50 autopilot actors in synchronous mode and sets the seed to an arbitrary value of 9:
Hybrid mode allows users to disable most physics calculations for all autopilot vehicles, or for autopilot vehicles outside of a certain radius of a vehicle tagged with hero. This removes the vehicle physics bottleneck from a simulation. Vehicles whose physics are disabled will move by teleportation. Basic calculations for linear acceleration are maintained to ensure position updates and vehicle speed remain realistic and the toggling of physics calculations on vehicles is fluid.
This script turns off power to the layout automatically after there has been no activity on the layout for a specified amount of time. (Activity is detected by monitoring block occupancy detectors.) It is intended to be run from the Start-up Preferences.
This is an example script for a JMRI "Automat" in Python. It listens to two sensors, running a locomotive back and forth between them by changing its direction when a sensor detects the engine. You need to set the speed of the engine using a throttle.
Sample script to make an announcement when a PM4 section changes state. This assumes that the PM4 sections are doing short protection. If they are doing auto-reversing, you might want to change the announcement message in the script. Also, it assumes that only one PM4 is going to trip at a time. Note that the previous state (oldStateN variables) is not kept per-board, but just as one single copy. If you want to track changes in multiple boards, this needs to become a more complicated data structure that's e.g. indexed by board. Also note that if multiple sections change at once and you're using the "speak" command, the announcements may overlap.
By creating a builder,you can arrange for an external tool to be run automatically when aSigasi Studio project is rebuilt. By default, this happens each time you save afile. External Tools Configurationallow you to call any program or script from within the Sigasi Studio GUI. Youhave to write and maintain the scripts yourself, but you have completeflexibility as to what is in the scripts.
You can export a list of all HDL files in your project, sorted in the correct compilation order.You can use your own simple scripts to manipulate such list and run any EDA tool, including simulators, synthesis and linter tools.
This set of Desired Capabilities expresses the desire for Appium to begin anautomation session on an iPhone 7 simulator with iOS 11, using the XCUITestDriver, with /path/to/my.app as the appunder test.
Open up a new terminal window, and go to work_dir/SIM/.The first thing we do here is get rid of all the junk Vivado generated previously, create an empty script file for our soon-to-be automated flow, and then mark it as executable:
Although it started life as a simple automation tool, AutoIt now has functions and features that allow it to be used as a general purpose scripting language (with awesome automation as well of course!). Language features include:
Simulator options, specified as '', a character vector, or a string scalar. Specify options that are specific to your application and the simulator you are using. For example, if you use the 1076-1993 VHDL compiler, specify the flag '-93'. The coder adds the flags you specify with this option to the compilation command in the generated EDA tool scripts. The HDLCompileVHDLCmd or HDLCompileVerilogCmd properties determine the compilation command.
Initialization section of synthesis script, specified as a character vector or a string scalar. The default value of this property depends on the synthesis tool specified by the HDLSynthTool property. For example, if you set HDLSynthTool to 'ISE', this property defaults to:set src_dir [pwd]\nset prj_dir "synprj"\nfile mkdir ../$prj_dir\ncd ../$prj_dir\nproject new %s.xise\nproject set family Virtex4\nproject set device xc4vsx35\nproject set package ff668\nproject set speed -10\nThe implicit argument, %s, is the top-level module or entity name.
Termination section of synthesis script, specified as a character vector or a string scalar. The coder prints this character sequence to the end of the synthesis script. The default value depends on the synthesis tool specified by the HDLSynthTool property. For example, if you set HDLSynthTool to 'Synplify', this property defaults to:set_option -technology VIRTEX4\nset_option -part XC4VSX35\nset_option -synthesis_onoff_pragma 0\nset_option -frequency auto\nproject -run synthesis\n
This will allow emucontrol-1.ece.cmu.edu to retrieve the information for your experiment. If no error occurs, two files will be generated automatically on emucontrol-1: "/emulab.txt" and "/usr/tmp/.swapin". The content in these two files should match with your experiment set up defined in the CMUlab NS script. If running emulatorDaemon results in an error, please double check you account set - refer to the Setting up your account page.
Cosimulation is a challenging task, especially with automatically generated code. It is important to keep in-sync various aspects of the source model including sample rates, feedforward/feedthrough systems, and other various parameters and settings used during code generation, while setting up the HDL Verifier cosimulation block and the target HDL simulator.
The automated cosimulation model generation takes the guess-work out of the HDL cosimulation block and simulator setup by deciphering all the compiled model and code generation information. All of the automated settings are documented in the generated scripts. The end result is a cosimulation model that is ready to verify the generated code.
As seen from the additional code generation messages in the command window a cosimulation model gm_hdl_cosim_demo1_mq is generated; In addition to the code generated in the target directory, hdlsrc, an additional cosimulation script gm_hdl_cosim_demo1_mq_tcl.m is generated to prepare the target simulator for cosimulation with Simulink.
Now look at the automation associated with the launch and setup of the target simulator (ModelSim/Questa, Incisive/Xcelium, or Vivado Simulator). As can be seen in the top level of the generated model, a subsystem with the name Start Simulator is generated with the following callback function. This subsystem is used to launch the target simulator of choice.
The MATLAB command vsim for ModelSim launches the target simulator from within MATLAB environment with the necessary setup for cosimulation. The vsim command is invoked with the tclstart option that accepts an tcl string that configures the simulator on its launch. The file gm_hdl_cosim_demo1_mq_tcl is also automatically generated by HDL Coder along with the cosimulation model.
Double clicking the Start Simulator block launches the simulator with the tcl commands in the generated tclstart MATLAB script. Once the simulator is launched all the generated code is compiled and the HDL Cosimulation block is ready for simulation. 041b061a72