I'm getting a warning when I run with dimensional analysis.
_ Cannot perform dimensional analysis for rule 'rule_13' because of the function 'exp' in the rule. It is recommended that input and output arguments to functions be dimensionless to ensure correct results._
In my model, the argument to the exp referred to is dimensionless, and the entire rule is dimensionally consistent if I assume that the exp function has no dimension (that is, dimensionless). Is there any way to tell Simbiology "Hey, check my input arguments, and assume that the output is dimensionless", so that the warning will go away?
Put another way, even if I did get a warning like the following, it would be more useful (provided that the warning was true)
Rule 13 includes an exp() function. Dimensional analysis has checked the input argument and the rule itslf. The units of the argument to exp() is dimensionless. The rule is dimensionally consistent, assuming that the exp function is dimensionless.
I have a lot of functions in my model with exp, erf, and other functions that trigger this warning. DA would be most helpful if it did check the argument and the rule (under the assumption that the offending function is dimensioneless.
Or does DA already do this?