MathLibrary of Real mathematical functions as input/output blocks 
Conversion blocks to convert between SI and nonSI unit signals 

Construct inverse model by requiring that two inputs and two outputs are identical 

Output the product of a gain value with the input signal 

Output the product of a gain matrix with the input signal vector 

Sum of Reals: y = k[1]*u[1] + k[2]*u[2] + ... + k[n]*u[n] 

Product of Reals: y = u[1]*u[2]* ... *u[n] 

Set Real expression that is associated with the first active input signal 

Output the sum of the elements of the input vector 

Output difference between commanded and feedback input 

Output the sum of the two inputs 

Output the sum of the three inputs 

Output product of the two inputs 

Output first input divided by second input 

Output the absolute value of the input 

Output the sign of the input 

Output the square root of the input (input >= 0 required) 

Output the sine of the input 

Output the cosine of the input 

Output the tangent of the input 

Output the arc sine of the input 

Output the arc cosine of the input 

Output the arc tangent of the input 

Output atan(u1/u2) of the inputs u1 and u2 

Output the hyperbolic sine of the input 

Output the hyperbolic cosine of the input 

Output the hyperbolic tangent of the input 

Output the exponential (base e) of the input 

Output the power to a base of the input 

Output the logarithm (default base e) of the input (input > 0 required) 

Output the base 10 logarithm of the input (input > 0 required) 

Wrap angle to interval ]pi,pi] or [0,2*pi[ 

Convert Real to Integer signal 

Convert Integer to Real signals 

Convert Boolean to Real signal 

Convert Boolean to Integer signal 

Convert Real to Boolean signal 

Convert Integer to Boolean signal 

Convert rectangular coordinates to polar coordinates 

Convert polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates 

Calculate mean over period 1/f 

Calculate rectified mean over period 1/f 

Calculates the empirical expectation (mean) value of its input signal 

Calculate root mean square over period 1/f 

Calculates the empirical variance of its input signal 

Calculates the empirical standard deviation of its input signal 

Calculate harmonic over period 1/f 

Output the total harmonic distortion (THD) 

Sampling and FFT of input u 

Determines the hypotenuse or leg of a right triangle 

Pass through the largest signal 

Pass through the smallest signal 

Output the minimum and the maximum element of the input vector 

Output a linear combination of the two inputs 

Indicates rising edge of Boolean signal 

Indicates Boolean signal changing 

Indicates integer signal changing 
This information is part of the Modelica Standard Library maintained by the Modelica Association.
This package contains basic mathematical operations, such as summation and multiplication, and basic mathematical functions, such as sqrt and sin, as input/output blocks. All blocks of this library can be either connected with continuous blocks or with sampleddata blocks.