Invalid Output times specified in the Configuration Parameters dialog for block diagram 'untitled1'

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I am trying to simulate the attached model but it gives the above error. How can I solve it.
Please advise about the type and solvers suitable for the attached model

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Jaime Alcón Casillas
Jaime Alcón Casillas on 1 Jan 2018
Goog morning to all,
I have already solved that problem. I had that problem yesterday and i needed one day to know where is the problem.
In the "Configuration parameters" from simulink you just need to change the solver options to "Fixed-Step" and it will work
Regards to all

Xidong WEI
Xidong WEI on 22 Nov 2016
if you use produce additional point, you should fill the blank named output times which is after the output options. Did you fill it?

Shaz Shah
Shaz Shah on 25 May 2022
haii everyone ..
Error evaluating expression '1 e-5 ' for 'AbsTol' specified in the Configuration Parameters dialog for block diagram 'TRMS4SigmoidPID_simulink'.
can i know how to solve this problems its same with above?
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 26 May 2022
That would be a different error message, though. I can tell from the error that it is complaining about an invalid subscript, but without more detail I cannot tell if it is complaining about subscript out of range or if it is complaining about the subscript not being an integer. You should put in a breakpoint at that line and execute to there, and check size(yout), size(yout{jj}) and check the value of tend

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Haroon Zafar
Haroon Zafar on 13 Nov 2022
Change configuration parameter setting for output options. See attched screenshots. First one is the actual setting in the untitled1.mdl file.
Chage additionl settings>>>> Output options to Refine
It might create algeabaric loop that can be autocorrected.

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