[ros-users] Matlab/Simulink talker/listener s-functions

Aaron Holroyd aholroyd at WPI.EDU
Thu Jul 22 13:17:51 UTC 2010

Hi Tobias,

I know that an octave wrapper exists for roscpp
http://www.ros.org/wiki/rosoct, but I have not used it myself.  I've read
that octave and Matlab are almost identical, but I don't use either.  I also
know that the Windows version of ROS is not as supported as the Linux
version.  Perhaps you can write what you need in octave on Linux instead,
but this is just a suggestion.

Hope this helps,

Aaron Holroyd
B.S. Computer Science and Robotics Engineering
WPI M.S. CS 2011

On Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 09:08, Tobias Göpel <tobi_24118 at yahoo.de> wrote:

> Hi all-
> I want to generate communication between Matlab/Simulink and Ros.
> My aim is data transfer, sending messages from roscore to Simulink
> and back.
> Data would be double float and boolean vectors.
> Does anyone have a solution to or is currently working on it?
> Do m-files or s-functions exist, for example generated using
> talker.cpp and listener.cpp?
> Best regards,
> Tobias Göpel, germany
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