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  1. My model contains a number of differential equations, that converge only if I set an appropriate initial condition. The model per se is correct (I double-checked both the model and the initial conditions with Simulink), but the corresponding SystemC-AMS implementation diverges after few samples. I set the initial condition as the third parameter of the constructor, e.g.: sca_lsf::sca_integ * myInteg; ... SC_CTOR(myModule){ myInteg = new sca_lsf::sca_integ("myInteg", 1.0, 5.0); ... }; where the initial condition is 5.0. Is this correct? Best regards, S.