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VHDL-AMS: Simulating a closed model in Mentor Graphics System Vision
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I am learning VHDL-AMS and using the student edition of System Vision from Mentor Graphics. However there are no tutorials that instruct how to run a simple closed model such as that describing a bouncing ball. A vhdl-amscode for a bouncing ball is here:

I can create a new project in System Vision and add the vhdl file to the project. However when I compile, I get the message:

Make the current document the testbench...file name here ?

But what kind of testbench is needed for the bouncer ball example?

I would be grateful if someone would kindly show me the steps how to compile such a model in System Vision. The get started help that come with SystemVision does not address how to compile a closed vhdl-ams model.

Thanks a lot...
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