# Converters

Information processing (blocks) # Package Contents Discrete or delay converters Converters with boolean output and/or input Table- or Lookup-Functions Converters with vector input and/or vector output Special converters - often used as utility functions Return the absolute value of input Determing the time value of money for an investment of 1 Sum of two inputs Total of three inputs Clips input signal so that it remains within a given interval Limit any time input to be no smaller than dt A constant value is turned into a constant signal A constant rate is turned into a constant-valued signal A constant time value is turned into a constant signal Division without protection against division by zero Division guarded for division by zero Input u will be stated as dimensionless fraction with regard to a reference value Output is the disturbed input Natural exponential function Input is multiplied by constant parameter Enable user input, if gaming mode is activated Compare goal (u1) and current value (u2) to determine gap Logarithm of the input to a given base Return the largest value Return the smallest value Output is identical to input Transform the input according to a polynomial function with given coefficients Input is divided by polynomial function of lambda Input is multiplied with polynomial function of lambda Exponentiation of input Inputs are multiplied Inputs are multiplied Calculates the force of interest (continuous compounding rate) Converts a rate given per time base A to a rate per time base B Rescales input to run from y_min to y_max over the range u_min to u_max Gradual approach of a floor below which output can never fall Gradual approach of a ceiling that cannot be exceeded Converts a time signal from time base A to time base B The input will be set to zero, if it is negative

# Information

This information is part of the Business Simulation Library (BSL).

This library contains input/output blocks (converters): One or more information inputs are (instantaneously) transformed by some function given one or more outputs.