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define a control manager linked to an EXISTING model:
SP::ControlManager cm(new ControlManager(myModel));
add Sensors and Actuators to this manager:
SP::TimeDiscretisation t1(t0,h); SP::Sensor s1 = cm->addSensor(typeS1,t1); SP::TimeDiscretisation t2(t0,h); SP::Actuator a1 = cm->addActuator(typeA1,t2); // ...
typeS1 and typeA1 are integers which represent the type of the Sensor/Actuator. See corresponding sections for details and various types. n Important: each actuator/sensor must have its own TimeDiscretisation object. n Why: after each process of an event, its TimeDiscretisation is increment (ie tk->tk+1 etc ) and if several events share the same TimeDiscretisation, it will be incremented too many times.
initialize the manager:
This result in the scheduling of events corresponding to each Sensor/Actuator into the EventsManager of the simulation. It must be called BEFORE simulation->initialize()
It is also possible to insert a new Sensor or Actuator at any time during the simulation:
map of vectors. Save values for all events?
link to one DS.
a way to compute the value of z
setZ in DS