Perform element-wise addition of two input signals
Math Functions / Math Operations
The Sum block performs element-wise addition of two input signals.
The block warns or errors out when an integer output overflows during simulation. To configure, select Simulink Editor, then set the Wrap on overflow or Saturate on overflow parameter.for your model in the
Data Type Support
Data types accepted at the inputs of the block are as follows.
- This block supports all data types supported by Vitis Model Composer. The block supports real and complex numbers.
- The input signals can be real or complex numbers of scalar, vector or matrix type. When both inputs are non-scalar then their dimensions must match.
Output data types are as follows.
- If the data type of one input is a floating point type, the data type of the output is the floating point type among the data types of the inputs with the most precision.
- Otherwise, if the data type of one input is a fixed-point type, the data type of the output is the smallest fixed-point type capable of representing the result without any loss of precision.
- Otherwise, if the data type of both inputs is Boolean the output is Boolean as well.
- Finally, if one input is integral and the other is also integral or Boolean, the output is integral. If both inputs are unsigned the output is unsigned, otherwise it is signed. The bit width of the output is largest among the bit widths of the inputs.
Saturate on integer overflow
This parameter specifies whether integer overflow is handled by wrapping (default) or by saturating. This parameter is relevant only if the output is integral (int8, int16, int32, uint8, uint16, uint32).
Settings for the Saturate on integer overflow parameter are:
|Not selected||Integer overflow is handled by wrapping.|
|Selected||Integer overflow is handled by saturation.|
When overflow is detected, the Diagnostic Viewer displays messages that depend on the diagnostic action you specify in the Simulink Editor. To configure, select for your model in the Simulink Editor, then set the Wrap on overflow or Saturate on overflow parameter.