The Noise library is developed to consistently define an algorithmically random source in Modelica. Care has been taken to develop a source which has a high statistical randomness. This is illustrated in an example. Furthermore, care has been taken to generate a continuous, event-free source to avoid extremely high performance penalties due to integrator restarts
Potential applications are:
If you want to refer to this library, please cite the following publication:
Klöckner, A., van der Linden, F.L.J., & Zimmer, D. (2014), Noise Generation for Continuous System Simulation.
In Proceedings of the 10th International Modelica Conference, Lund, Sweden.
Licensed by the DLR German Aerospace Center under the Modelica License 2
Copyright © 2014, DLR.
This Modelica package is free software and the use is completely at your own risk; it can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms of the Modelica License 2. For license conditions (including the disclaimer of warranty) see UsersGuide.ModelicaLicense2 or visit https://www.modelica.org/licenses/ModelicaLicense2.
|Model to define global seed value
|Generic signal generator block for various pseudo-random signals
|Some example models
|Random number generators
|Probability density functions
|Power spectral density functions
|A number of seeding functions
|Utility models and stuff
Developed 2014 at the DLR Institute of System Dynamics and Control