This defines an s-matrix table.


This element does not have attributes. The elements are shown below, in a sorted per type fashion.
In case a list is printed after an element, it indicates that you can have many, otherwise it should be a single element. With a optional it tells the element is not required.

<pdaSmatrixTable> ...
column> ... </column>   list
  <csv> ... </csv>    optional
  <hdf5> ... </hdf5>    optional
  <locals> ... </locals>    optional
  <transfer_function> ... </transfer_function>   list


The schema file can be downloaded or viewed at xPDK_Simulation.



The columns refer to globals, locals, BB parameters and s on. Each column should have a single value in the table. Type pdaIdentifier documentation: Defines a valid name for an identifier.

Identifiers are used in the Python library for the getName() and setName() function and can thus be used to identify the different elements in lists.
In text the specification is a letter, followed by letters, numbers, underscore or dot. The XSD schema validation is a regular expression: [A-Za-z]([A-Za-z0-9_])*


"InPulse Trailblazer" data style with comma-seperated numbers.
The structure of the data is not checked via XML/XSD apart from being a string. The data is fully embedded in the XML file.


Define that this model data is stored in a hdf5 file; this format provides for high-speed data access.


Define optional local coefficients (with standard deviation) to be used in the property list. These values are normally measured or simulated and then fitted into the model equations. Type pdaNamedNormalDistributionLocalArray documentation: Define a series of values and attributes.


The transfer_functions should be listed in the transfer_map and be implemented in the data. The modeltype defines what kind of values should be there, this can be single (like value in modeltype="LOSS_MATRIX") or have multiple values (like abs2, phase in modeltype="RAW_SMATRIX"). modeltype Type pdaIdentifier documentation: