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Options for SystemModeler
Most users will not need to change any SystemModeler options, but there are some cases where a custom configuration is warranted.
To use functionality from Wolfram SystemModeler Link, load the package:
Advanced Translation Options
There are advanced settings controlling how SystemModeler translates a Modelica model to a simulation executable. This section describes the available options.
Note that these settings are persistent over sessions.
Tearing is a technique used to reduce large, sparse systems of equations to smaller, denser systems. It can significantly improve the runtime performance of a model. By default, this technique is applied. It is possible to turn off tearing for all models.
Restore the default behavior where tearing is active.
Dynamic State Selection
SystemModeler can use a state selection algorithm that may introduce dynamic states in the model. This algorithm can be enabled, disabled, or enabled for a list of specified libraries. Retrieve the current settings under "Translation" and "DynamicStateSelection".