This is a three-part webinar series intended for faculty and students involved in teaching and research on:
Stateflow is a popular tool for modeling and simulating these types of systems in industry. Common uses include diagnostics testing for automotive; guidance, navigation and control for aerospace; and machine logic for industrial robotics.
As a teaching tool Stateflow can be useful to teach concepts such as digital logic, fault management, and path planning found in robotics and mechatronics.
Part 1 In Part 1, we begin by discussing the foundational elements of Stateflow: states and transitions. We then move onto additional features, such as state entry actions, subcharts, and graphical functions.
Part 2 In Part 2, we continue adding functionality to the Stateflow chart we started building in Part 1. Concepts covered include parallel states, truth tables, and temporal logic.