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  1. I'm sorry Torsten, I forgot to say that I am simulating a DC-DC converter model consisting of a ELN sub-module and a TDF sub-module. Then there is the LSF module for the calculation of input energy and output energy which consists only of a couple of gain and integrator blocks. Actually I saw that the problem is with the simulation timestep. I was using a timestep of 10ns, which let me simulate around 0.4s of operating time before throwing the std::bad_alloc exception. Then I used a timestep of 100ns, and the simulated time raised to around 4s, and finally with a timestep of 1us I was able to
  2. Hi all, I am using an LSF module consisting of a gain and integrator blocks only for calculating input and output energy of a simple ELN module. When I try to simulate a long period of time I notice that the physical memory used by the process continues to increase up to the point that the simulation is stopped due to the following exception: Error: (E549) uncaught exception: std::bad_alloc In file: ../../../../src/sysc/kernel/sc_except.cpp:98 In process: sca_implementation_0.cluster_process_0 That is probably due to the fact that there is no more free physical memory on my machine. I
  3. Hi all, I have a doubt about the sca_sampling tracing mode. I have implemented a TDF module that performs an approximate integral of an input signal with the rectangle method and another TDF module that generates the input signal values with a timestep of 1US. I tried to trace the integrated signal using a tabular format and the function sca_sampling with a sampling time of 50NS(smaller than the TDF timestep), and I was expecting the samples having the same values between each US. On the contrary, I obtained the signal behavior as it has been sampled each 50NS. Does it mean that the TDF
  4. I found this tutorial complete and really useful for starting with SystemC AMS. I appreciated especially the provided examples and labs with solutions. Are available also the pdf files of the video presentations? Thank you very much. Regards, Alessandro
  5. You're right Torsten, thank you very much! Best regards, Alessandro
  6. Hello everyone, I am implementing a module using LSF primitives and I need to add a signal to a constant value (a parameter of such module). The first solution that came to my mind was to use a sca_tdf_source element but then I would need a tdf_module only for this constant value. Then I thought of forcing a sca_lsf::sca_source element to provide a constant source signal as follows: Vref("Vref", Vref_, 0.0, Vref_, 0.0, M_PI/2) where Vref_ is the constant value. Could it work this way? Best regards, Alessandro
  7. Thank you very much Torsten, following your suggestion the simulation works! And thank you also for the reminder about the destructor :-) Best regards, Alex
  8. Hi everybody, I am trying to simulate a simple RLC circuit usin ELN moc but I got the following error message: Error: SystemC-AMS: Initialization equation system failed in sca_linear_solver_0: 4 The error is in the following net (max. 50): rlc1.Vsc rlc1.Isc rlc1.Racc rlc1.Ls rlc1.Cacc The error is may be near: rlc1.Ls and rlc1.n2 In file: ../../../../../../src/scams/impl/solver/linear/sca_linear_solver.cpp:1619 In process: sca_implementation_0.cluster_process_0 @ 0 s I inject a current into the circuit with
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