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 A group is a simplified form of sub-systems,​ used only for organising blocks. A group does not influence the [[ID]] of a [[block]]. A group is a simplified form of sub-systems,​ used only for organising blocks. A group does not influence the [[ID]] of a [[block]].
  
-====Inputs/Outputs====+====Inputs ​and outputs====
  
 A sub-system is considered an (in most cases) independant model component. However, it can communicate with other sub-systems. Blocks in a sub-system can be marked as outputs, which make them available to other sub-system. Likewise, blocks can be marked as inputs, which means that they can be calculated by other sub-systems. A sub-system is considered an (in most cases) independant model component. However, it can communicate with other sub-systems. Blocks in a sub-system can be marked as outputs, which make them available to other sub-system. Likewise, blocks can be marked as inputs, which means that they can be calculated by other sub-systems.
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 In some cases, an input allows connections from more than one output. The input then receives the sum of the connected outputs. In some cases, an input allows connections from more than one output. The input then receives the sum of the connected outputs.
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-Read more about connecting models in the section [[assembling a model]]. 
  
 ====Matrix and graph==== ====Matrix and graph====
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 ====See also==== ====See also====
  
-  * [[Assembling a model]] 
   * [[Library]]   * [[Library]]
  
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