Scicos > Demos
A few simple Scicos demos are available through the
demos menu of Scilab. You may also download examples from the book Modeling and Simulation in Scilab/Scicos 

SystemObserver demo  
Start demo: The SystemObserver demo is
viewable by clicking in the main Scilab window on
Demos>Scicos>SystemObserver.cosf. Super Blocks: One may click on the various blocks to see how they are defined. Now click on one of the Super Blocks. You see it contains a ContinuousTime Linear StateSpace block, also known as CLSS. If you now click on it, a window opens up where you see how the corresponding matrices are defined. It turns out the matrices are defined by symbolic parameters (Scilab variables) A and B. Symbolic parameters are defined in the context of the diagram. Click [Cancel] and then close the previous window (entitled "System"). Diagram context: In the SystemObserver window click on Edit>Context. This is where the symbolic parameters are defined. Run simulation: Click on Simulate>Run Source code: The Scicos diagrams for all the demos are in the directory $SCI/demos/scicos/ 

Scicos
& RTAILab demo 

RTAILab is
a palette of blocks and
programs that allow you to design models that can be compiled for the RTAI realtime patch to the Linux
operating system. A Linux kernel that is patched with RTAI (RealTime Application Interface) can run hard realtime programs. Hardreal time is essential to control systems where timing precision must be guaranteed with high accuracy (e.g. instruments, robots, etc.). RTAILab is not distributed within the Scilab/Scicos package. The RTAILab source code can be found within the RTAI distribution in directory $RTAI/rtailab. It contains both Scilab and Matlab subdirectories. The snapshot shows:


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