Several Sfunction or one is better?
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My next Simulink project can be:
- one S-function with all the comnplexity inside
- several S-function with an easy to debug situation ..
Of course I'd like to divide the problem in easy to solve small problems, but the question is:
will a lot of S-function turn my simulation in a slaw, useless design? Or several S-function will be exectuted in different core of the processor (if possible, due to the parallelism of my design) or at lest should reduce the speed as little as I even don't appreciate it?