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    LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module Win32Eng LabVIEW2009控制设计和仿真模块CDSIM2009

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    LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Software Readme
    June 2009
    This file contains links to information that introduces you to LabVIEW 2009 support for control design and simulation and to the LabVIEW 2009 Control Design Assistant.
    Refer to the LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module Readme for more information about LabVIEW support for control design and simulation.
    Refer to the LabVIEW 2009 Control Design Assistant Readme for more information about the Control Design Assistant.

    Important Information
    Copyright
    © 2009 National Instruments Corporation. All rights reserved.
    Under the copyright laws, this publication may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, storing in an information retrieval system, or translating, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of National Instruments Corporation.
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    Trademarks
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    Patents
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    LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module Readme
    June 2009
    The LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module provides tools with which you can analyze open-loop model behavior, design closed-loop controllers, simulate online and offline systems, and conduct physical implementations. This file contains the following information about the Control Design and Simulation Module.
    System Requirements
       Limitations on Mac OS and Linux
    Installation/Upgrading Instructions
       Windows
       Mac OS
       Linux
    Version 2009 Features and Changes
       Implementing Controllers Using ARM Targets
       Using the External Model Interface
       Using the External Solver Interface
       Estimating States of Nonlinear Stochastic State-Space Models with Extended Kalman Filters
       Using the Estimation Functions
       Simulation Model Converter Enhancements
    Accessing the Help
    Finding Examples
    Known Issues
    Bug Fixes
    Documentation Updates

    System Requirements
    The Control Design and Simulation Module has the following requirements:
    • LabVIEW 2009 Full or Professional Development System
    • At least 350 MB additional disk space for Control Design and Simulation Module support
    • (Optional) LabVIEW MathScript RT Module. In LabVIEW 2009, LabVIEW MathScript becomes the LabVIEW MathScript RT Module. You cannot run VIs from previous versions of the LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module that contain MathScript Nodes until you install and activate the MathScript RT Module or remove the MathScript Nodes from the VIs. If you have already purchased the MathScript RT Module, select Help翠ctivate LabVIEW Components to activate the product.
    Limitations on Mac OS and Linux
    The Control Design and Simulation Module on Mac OS and Linux does not support the following features:
    • LabVIEW Control Design Assistant
    • Real-Time support
    • Microprocessor SDK support
    Installation/Upgrading Instructions
    (Windows) You can install all of your LabVIEW products—including the Control Design and Simulation Module—using the LabVIEW 2009 Platform DVDs. You can find installation instructions for the Control Design and Simulation Module along with activation instructions in the following locations:
    • LabVIEW Release Notes, which are available in your LabVIEW software kit.
    • LabVIEW 2009 Platform DVDs Readme, which is available on the top-level of LabVIEW Platform DVD 1.
    To request additional LabVIEW 2009 Platform DVDs, refer to the National Instruments Web site.
    Refer to the KnowledgeBase for information about maintaining existing installations of the LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module 8.6 or earlier.
    Activating the Control Design and Simulation Module does not activate the Control Design Assistant. You must activate the Control Design Assistant separately. You must have LabVIEW SignalExpress 2009 installed in order to install the Control Design Assistant.
    (Mac OS) Complete the following steps to install the LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module for Mac OS from the NI LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module installation CD.
    • Insert the NI LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module installation CD and open LabVIEW2009CDSim.mpkg located under the LabVIEW_2009\Mac OS X directory.
    • Select Continue to run a program to determine if the Control Design and Simulation Module can be installed on your system.
    • Follow the instructions that appear on the screen and continue to the Select Destination dialog box.
    • In the Select Destination dialog box, click the Choose button and select the version of LabVIEW (2009) to which you want to install the Control Design and Simulation Module.
    Note  You must click the Choose button for a proper installation. If you do not select a location where LabVIEW is installed or if you select a non-compatible version of LabVIEW, the installation will not complete.
    • After you select the destination directory, click the Continue button to complete the installation.
    (Linux) Complete the following steps to install the LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module for Linux from the NI LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module installation CD.
    • Log into the system as root.
    • Insert the NI LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module installation CD. Use mount /mnt/cdrom to mount the CD. On some systems, the CD mounts automatically.
    • To change the current directory to the mounted CD, enter the following command:

      cd /mnt/cdrom
    • To run the installation script, enter the following command:

      sh ./INSTALL

      If you encounter the following message: "bad interpreter: Permission denied", the CD may not have mounted with executable permissions. To work around this, enter the following command:

      /bin/sh ./INSTALL
    Version 2009 Features and Changes
    The LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module incorporates the following new features and changes.
    Implementing Controllers Using ARM Targets
    The LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module supports the implementation of many typical controllers on ARM targets using the LabVIEW Embedded Module for ARM Microcontrollers. You only can use functions from the following palettes to implement controllers on ARM targets:
    • Discrete Linear Systems
    • Nonlinear Systems
    • Continuous Linear Systems
    • Signal Arithmetic
    • Lookup Tables
    You also can use the Memory and Indexer functions on the Utilities palette to implement controllers on ARM targets.
    Note that supported functions output scalar signals. Functions with vector outputs can cause exceptions on the ARM target. Refer to the Known Issues list for more information about implementing controllers using ARM targets.
    Using the External Model Interface
    Previous versions of the LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module provided an External Model Interface (EMI) as an example in the labview\examples\Control and Simulation\Simulation\External Model Interface\External Model Interface Node directory. The LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module provides a new, more robust version of EMI.
    Third parties can use EMI to create an external, or third-party, model in C/C++. LabVIEW users can use EMI to simulate the external model in the Control Design and Simulation Module.
    If you are a third-party user of EMI, you first must create a C/C++ project that uses the External Model Interface functions to define the dynamic equations for your model. Export the External Model Interface functions as appropriate for the structure of your model. Then build the C/C++ project into a shared library and distribute the shared library to end users.
    If you are a LabVIEW user of EMI, use the External Model function in LabVIEW to reference the shared library you receive from a third-party. Use the External Model function to represent and simulate your model that corresponds to the shared library. When you run the simulation, the Control Design and Simulation Module uses an ordinary differential equation (ODE) solver to compute the behavior of the dynamic system model that the External Model function represents. The Control Design and Simulation Module calls the External Model Interface functions that the corresponding shared library exports.
    Note  Shared libraries created in the previous version of EMI no longer work in the current version. However, the previous version of EMI still is available in the labview\examples\Control and Simulation\Simulation\External Model Interface\External Model Interface Node directory.
    Using the External Solver Interface
    Use the External Solver Interface (ESI) to create and use external ordinary differential equation (ODE) solvers in the LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module.
    First use the External Solver Interface functions to create the ODE solver in C/C++. The solver must export all of the Callback API functions. Build the C/C++ project into a (Windows) .dll, (Mac OS) .framework, or (Linux) .so shared library file.
    To use the external solver, copy the shared library for the solver into the labview\vi.lib\Simulation\ContinuousLinear\Implementation\Shared\Solvers\Plugins directory. In LabVIEW, double-click the Input Node of the Control & Simulation Loop to display the Configure Simulation Parameters dialog box. Then select the external solver from the ODE Solver pull-down menu. The item in the ODE Solver pull-down menu corresponds to the name you specify for the solver using the Information function.
    Estimating States of Nonlinear Stochastic State-Space Models with Extended Kalman Filters
    In previous versions of the LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module, you can use the Discrete Kalman Filter function and the Continuous Kalman Filter function to estimate the states of a linear discrete or linear continuous stochastic state-space model, respectively. In the LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module, you can use the Continuous Extended Kalman Filter function and the Discrete Extended Kalman Filter function to estimate the states of a nonlinear continuous or a nonlinear discrete stochastic state-space model, respectively.
    The Continuous Extended Kalman Filter function and the Discrete Extended Kalman Filter function estimate model states of a partially observable plant based on noisy measurements. First, use the SIM Discrete Nonlinear Plant Model template VI or the SIM Continuous Nonlinear Plant Model template VI, located in the labview\templates\Control and Simulation directory, to define the system model. Then use the the Discrete Nonlinear Noisy Plant function or the Continuous Nonlinear Noisy Plant function to simulate the discrete or continuous nonlinear model, respectively, with the addition of noise. Finally, use the Continuous Extended Kalman Filter function or the Discrete Extended Kalman Filter function to estimate the states of your model.
    The Continuous Extended Kalman Filter function and the Discrete Extended Kalman Filter function linearize the nonlinear system either by calculating a Jacobian matrix internally or by using an external Jacobian matrix that you define. Use the SIM Continuous Jacobians template VI or the SIM Discrete Jacobians template VI, located in the labview\templates\Control and Simulation directory, to define an external Jacobian matrix.
    Refer to the LabVIEW Control Design User Manual, accessible by navigating to the labview\manuals directory and opening CD_User_Manual.pdf, for more information about estimating the states of nonlinear stochastic state-space models with extended Kalman filters.
    Using the Estimation Functions
    The Estimation palette contains functions that estimate the states of a state-space system. The state-space system can be deterministic or stochastic, continuous or discrete, linear or nonlinear, and completely or partially observable.
    Simulation Model Converter Enhancements
    The Simulation Model Converter converts your model (.mdl) file, developed in The MathWorks, Inc. Simulink® software simulation environment, into a LabVIEW VI that contains a simulation diagram. The Simulation Model Converter now supports the conversion of additional Simulink blocks and provides improved support for previously supported blocks. Select Tools»Control Design and Simulation»Simulation Model Converter to launch the Simulation Model Converter.
    The Simulation Model Converter now supports the conversion of the following blocks used in the Simulink software environment:
    • Bias
    • Bit Clear
    • Bit Set
    • Compare To Constant
    • Compare To Zero
    • Counter Free-Running
    • Counter Limited
    • Dead Zone Dynamic
    • Detect Change
    • Detect Decrease
    • Detect Fall Negative
    • Detect Fall Nonpositive
    • Detect Increase
    • Detect Rise Nonnegative
    • Detect Rise Positive
    • Difference
    • Interpolation (n-D) using PreLook-Up
    • Lookup Table Dynamic
    • MinMax Running Resettable
    • PID Controller
    • Prelookup
    • Random Number
    • Rate Limiter Dynamic
    • Repeating Sequence
    • Repeating Sequence Interpolated
    • Repeating Sequence Stair
    • Saturation Dynamic
    • Tapped Delay
    • Unary Minus
    • Weighted Sample Time Math
    • Wrap To Zero
    The Simulation Model Converter also supports conversion of the following blocks used in the Simulink application software under limited conditions:
    • Discrete FIR Filter—The Simulation Model Converter can convert Discrete FIR Filter blocks only if they use scalar quantities.
    • Integer Delay—The Simulation Model Converter cannot convert Integer Delay blocks that use initial conditions.
    • Transfer Fcn First Order—The Simulation Model Converter cannot convert Transfer Fcn First Order blocks that use initial conditions, rounding, or saturation.
    • Transfer Fcn Lead or Lag—The Simulation Model Converter cannot convert Transfer Fcn Lead or Lag blocks that use initial conditions, rounding, or saturation.
    • Transfer Fcn Real Zero—The Simulation Model Converter cannot convert Transfer Fcn Real Zero blocks that use initial conditions, rounding, or saturation.
    The Simulation Model Converter provides improved support for the following previously supported blocks used in the Simulink software environment:
    • Assignment—In previous versions of the Control Design and Simulation Module, the VIs and functions in the converted subsystem created by the Simulation Model Converter and that correspond to this block might not have the same functionality as this block. The Simulation Model Converter now can convert this block with full functionality.
    • Digital Clock—In previous versions of the Control Design and Simulation Module, the Simulation Model Converter can convert the Digital Clock block only if it uses a sample time of 1. The Simulation Model Converter now can convert this block for any sample time.
    • Direct Lookup Table (n-D)—The Simulation Model Converter now can convert this block with tables of up to 10 dimensions.
    • Matrix Concatenate—In previous versions of the Control Design and Simulation Module, the Simulation Model Converter cannot convert this block if the block concatenates matrices along arbitrary dimensions. The Simulation Model Converter now can convert this block when the block concatenates 2D matrices along rows, columns, or a third dimension.
    • MinMax—In previous versions of the Control Design and Simulation Module, the VIs and functions in the converted subsystem created by the Simulation Model Converter and that correspond to this block might not have the same functionality as this block. The Simulation Model Converter now can convert this block with full functionality.
    • Reshape—In previous versions of the Control Design and Simulation Module, the Reshape block might transpose 2D results. The Simulation Model Converter now converts the Reshape block to a simulation subsystem that correctly handles 2D results.
    • Rounding Function—In previous versions of the Control Design and Simulation Module, the VIs and functions in the converted subsystem created by the Simulation Model Converter and that correspond to this block might not have the same functionality as this block. The Simulation Model Converter now can convert this block with full functionality.
    • Scope—The Simulation Model Converter now can convert a Scope block that has multiple inputs.
    • Selector—In previous versions of the Control Design and Simulation Module, the VIs and functions in the converted subsystem created by the Simulation Model Converter and that correspond to this block might not have the same functionality as this block. The Simulation Model Converter now can convert this block with full functionality.
    • Sine Wave—In previous versions of the Control Design and Simulation Module, the Simulation Model Converter only can convert blocks that use frequency units of hertz. The Simulation Model Converter now can convert this block when the block uses other units of frequency, including radians per second, hertz, and degrees per second.
    • State Space—The Simulation Model Converter now can convert this block for single-input multiple-output systems.
    • Vector Concatenate—The Simulation Model Converter now can convert this block from all versions of the Simulink application software in which the Vector Concatenate block is included.
    Accessing the Help
    The LabVIEW Control Design User Manual contains conceptual information about using the control design functionality of the Control Design and Simulation Module. Open this manual by selecting Start»All Programs»National Instruments»LabVIEW 2009»LabVIEW Manuals and opening CD_User_Manual.pdf or by navigating to the labview\manuals directory and opening CD_User_Manual.pdf.
    The LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module Help contains conceptual, how-to, and reference information about the Control Design and Simulation Module.
    (Windows) Complete the following steps to access this help file.
    • Launch LabVIEW.
    • Select Help»Search the LabVIEW Help to launch the LabVIEW Help.
    • Click the Contents tab.
    • Navigate to the Control Design and Simulation Module top-level topic.
    (Mac OS, Linux) Complete the following steps to access this help file.
    • Launch LabVIEW.
    • Select Help»Control Design and Simulation Module to launch the Control Design and Simulation Module Help.
    Refer to the LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module Algorithm References for information about algorithms implemented in the LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module and their corresponding references. Access the LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module Algorithm References by navigating to the labview\manuals directory and opening CDreference.pdf.
    Finding Examples
    Refer to the labview\examples\Control and Simulation directory for example VIs that demonstrate common tasks using the Control Design and Simulation Module. You also can access these VIs by selecting Help»Find Examples from the pull-down menu and selecting Toolkits and Modules»Control and Simulation in the NI Example Finder window. You can modify an example VI to fit an application, or you can copy and paste from one or more examples into a VI that you create.
    Known Issues
    You can access the software and documentation known issues list online. Refer to the National Instruments Web site for an up-to-date list of known issues in the LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module.
    Bug Fixes
    The following items are the IDs and titles of a subset of issues fixed in the LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module. If you have a CAR ID, you can search this list to validate that the issue has been fixed. This is not an exhaustive list of issues fixed in the current version of the Control Design and Simulation Module.
    IDLegacy IDFixed Issue
    354963U0DBKMPSimulation Model Converter's implementation of the Digital Clock block is incorrect.
    3571742JAD5YESimulation Model Converter does not implement rounding options for Data Type Conversion block.
    3643241CCJPMPSimulation Model Converter does not convert To Workspace or From Workspace blocks.
    3666240TCO7DLSimulation Model Converter generates broken wires when converting SIMO state-space blocks.
    367483Z5925DLSimulation Model Converter's implementation of Selector block is not correct.
    367493Z593PDLSimulation Model Converter does not support the single input instance of the Summation block.
    3693549RI6T00Simulation Model Converter generates broken wires when converting SIMO state-space blocks.
    376773TGDPRDLSimulation Model Converter always creates MATLAB script nodes with scalar terminals.
    376903TQG1DDLSimulation Model Converter cannot convert Scope with multiple inputs.
    377043U0D7VMPSimulation Model Converter's implementation of Selector block is not correct.
    377743V0C8RDLSimulation Model Converter's implementation of Reshape gives results that are transposed from Simulink.
    380763VUFSADLSignals originating from S-Function always produce vector datatype
    389133RFF2LMPSimulation Model Converter's implementation of Assignment block is not correct.
    408144CDCR8BCIncomplete online help for CD Parametric Time Response.vi
    4969940EB7EMPSimulation Model Converter briefly displays the front panel of a sub VI when logging errors.
    576524ACCJK7GSolver documentation missing for care, dare, lyap, dlyap functions
    924604BFAQK7GMissing Documentation for Grid Functions: sgrid, zgrid, ngrid, mgrid
    930284EGDKQIJDocumentation for Mathscript function "LQE" is wrong
    930574EGC28CIMissing help for lqe MathScript function.
    97094
    Simulation Model Converter's implementation of Selector block is not correct.
    97512
    Subsystem VI Hierarchy window shows an unnamed VI
    114491
    Only default config page values are used when using control design datatypes with State Space, Transfer Function, and ZPK blocks.
    115677
    Simulation Model Converter errors out on Linux when converting models with a Manual Switch block.
    120338
    PID Series equation online help error
    127623
    Parametric Time Response VI Help: "Type of Response Data" is described for the wrong instances
    130198
    Simulation Model Converter's implementation for Digital Clock does not handle sample times other than 1
    130258
    Unpredictable results may occur when relying on casting to convert an unnamed cluster into a named cluster on a simulation diagram.
    131910
    Removing a terminal from a subsystem did not break the connected wire on the caller, but did break the VI.
    131911
    Unpredictable results may occur when relying on casting to convert an unnamed cluster into a named cluster on a simulation diagram.
    135370
    Embedded apps built with a Control Design datatype (TF, SS, ZPK) in a subsystem crash
    135426
    Direct discrete integrator produces unpredictable output if number of inputs does not equal the number of initial outputs
    135740
    "Save Subsystem" option from linearized subsystem produces broken subsystem VI on Windows and crashes on Mac/Linux
    137653
    Some migration issues from the Control Design and Simulation Module 8.5.1 VI to 8.6
    139750
    Polymorphic subsystems produce runtime error -2326 (internal error 6).
    143597
    Simulation Model Converter produces no VI and gives internal errors if an initialization script has errors.
    144971
    The vector relay block may sometimes incorrectly return error -2303.
    145962
    Simulation Model Converter may crash when converting MDL with Data Store blocks at different levels in the subsystem tree.
    145974
    Simulation Model Converter creates an empty VI for MDLs containing block names with special characters
    153763
    The relay block's parameter "output when on" comes from the same parameter source (config page or terminal) as the "switch off" parameter.
    158867
    Replacing one simulation block with another may cause the VI to become broken with message "VI faled to compile."
    162399
    CD Construct PID Model VI documentation is incorrect about the Parallel Discrete
    Documentation Updates
    The following items are corrections and additions to the Control Design and Simulation Module documentation.
    • The LabVIEW Real-Time Module does not support certain Control Design MathScript RT Module functions. These functions are the same as those that the LabVIEW Run-Time Engine does not support. Refer to the Control Design MathScript RT Module Functions Not Supported in the LabVIEW Run-Time Engine topic in the LabVIEW Help for a list of these unsupported functions.
    • The documentation for the B parameter of the CD Continuous Lyapunov Equation VI inaccurately states that B specifies an n x m input matrix. Rather, B specifies an m x m input matrix, where m is the number of inputs. The default value is the transpose of A.

    Important Information
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    Under the copyright laws, this publication may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, storing in an information retrieval system, or translating, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of National Instruments Corporation.
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    MATLAB® and Simulink® are the registered trademarks of The MathWorks, Inc.
    Other product and company names mentioned herein are trademarks or trade names of their respective companies.
    Patents

    For patents covering the National Instruments products/technology, refer to the appropriate location: Help» Patents in your software, the patents.txt file on your media, or the National Instruments Patent Notice at ni.com/patents.

    LabVIEW 2009 Control Design Assistant Readme
    June 2009
    This file contains information about the LabVIEW 2009 Control Design Assistant. This file also provides you with help resources you can use while working with the Control Design Assistant.
    This file contains the following information:
    Overview
    System Requirements
    Installation Instructions
    Accessing the Help
    Finding Examples
    Known Issues
    Bug Fixes

    Overview
    Use the interactive Control Design Assistant to develop models that reflect the behavior of single-input single-output (SISO) systems. Using the Control Design Assistant, you can load your existing models or create models of plants, analyze the time or frequency response, and then synthesize a controller. The Control Design Assistant has windows in which you can see immediately the mathematical equation and graphical representation that describe the model. You also can view the response data and the configuration of the controller.
    System Requirements
    The LabVIEW Control Design Assistant has the following requirements:
    • Windows Vista/XP/2000.
    • A minimum of 256 MB of RAM. National Instruments recommends 512 MB of RAM.
    • A Pentium III or later or Celeron 866 MHz or equivalent processor. National Instruments recommends a Pentium 4/M or equivalent processor.
    • At least 20 MB additional disk space for LabVIEW Control Design Assistant support.
    • LabVIEW SignalExpress 2009 (Lite or Full).
    • (Optional) LabVIEW 2009 Full or Professional Development System for Windows and the LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module, for converting Control Design Assistant projects to LabVIEW block diagrams. You need at least 350 MB additional disk space for LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module support.
    Installation Instructions
    You can install all of your LabVIEW products—including the Control Design Assistant—using the LabVIEW 2009 Platform DVDs. You can find installation instructions for the Control Design Assistant along with activation instructions in the following locations:
    • LabVIEW Release Notes, which are available in your LabVIEW software kit.
    • LabVIEW 2009 Platform DVDs Readme, which is available on the top-level of LabVIEW Platform DVD 1.
    To request additional LabVIEW 2009 Platform DVDs, refer to the National Instruments Web site.
    Activating the Control Design Assistant does not activate the Control Design and Simulation Module. You must activate the Control Design and Simulation Module separately.
    Accessing the Help
    The Control Design Steps Help contains reference information about the LabVIEW SignalExpress steps that the Control Design Assistant provides. Complete the following steps to access this help file.
    • Select Start»All Programs»National Instruments»Control Design Assistant»LabVIEW Control Design Assistant 2009 to launch the Control Design Assistant.
    • Select Help»LabVIEW SignalExpress Help to launch the LabVIEW SignalExpress Help.
    • Click the Contents tab.
    • Navigate to the Step Reference»LabVIEW SignalExpress Steps»Control Design Steps book.
    The Getting Started with the Control Design Assistant contains exercises to teach you how to load and save your models, perform analysis on systems, and design controllers using the Control Design Assistant. Access this help file in the LabVIEW SignalExpress Help by navigating to the Getting Started»Getting Started with the Control Design Assistant book.
    Finding Examples
    Refer to the National Instruments\Control Design Assistant\Examples directory for example projects that demonstrate common tasks using the Control Design Assistant. You can modify an example project to fit an application, or you can copy and paste from one or more examples into a project that you create.
    Known Issues
    You can access the software and documentation known issues list online. Refer to the National Instruments Web site for an up-to-date list of known issues in the LabVIEW 2009 Control Design Assistant.
    Bug Fixes
    Refer to the LabVIEW 2009 Control Design and Simulation Module readme, accessible by navigating to the Readme directory on the top level of LabVIEW Platform DVD 1 and opening readme_ControlandSim.html, for information about issues fixed in the LabVIEW Control Design Assistant 2009.

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