I am working on a Stateflow block.
In it I have a state A. In the block, the state A can transition to B, back to A, from A to C, and then back to A.
During the transition from A to B I want to reset the internal clock to zero since there were some other processes happening before but all the interesting stuff starts when going from A to B. I'm also collecting data with a sensor in real time for the entire simulation, so it would be nice to have a final output like this.
t = [0, 0.01, 0.02, ...
T, 0, 0.01, 0.02, ...
F = [f(0), f(0.01), f(0.02), ...
f(T), f(T+0.01), f(t+0.02), f(t+0.03),...
I'm trying to illustrate that even though the clock reset at t = T, that F keeps on collecting data for each time step before and after until the simulation is done.
EDIT: I forgot to describe what I've done so far.
So far I have simply grabbed the current simulation time upon entering state A for the first time. If there's no way to "restart the clock" then I was simply going to subtract it from the time. It would give some negative times in my array but it would probably work sufficiently well for my case. But I would prefer to "restart the clock".
Is there an easy way to set the clock back to zero? Any tool has to be compatible with the 2016a version of MatLab/Simulink since that's what we use in the lab.