Simultaneous events are events that occur at the same simulation clock
time. Events scheduled on the event calendar for times T and
T+Δt are considered simultaneous if 0 ≤ Δt
eps is the floating-point relative accuracy in MATLAB® software and T is the simulation time. If your
simulation creates a large number of simultaneous events, this number might be an
indication of an unwanted livelock situation. In this situation, a block returns to
the same state infinitely often at the same time instant. SimEvents® software prevents livelock with these limits:
SimEvents software limits the maximum number of simultaneous events per block to 5,000.
SimEvents software limits the maximum number of simultaneous events per model to 100,000.