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When do I need to put @in2_dim in jit.repos ?

October 14, 2007 | 3:13 am

I have read the jitter reference about max operator and the meaning of in, in2, in3, in2_dim, in2_type ..etc, but still do not understand it well.

Does in, in2 or in3 mean the input on top of the object box ?

Does "dim" mean the size of the matrix coming from the right inlet ?

When do I need to put @in2_dim in jit.repos object and when not ?

Could any one explain it more to me ? Thanks.


October 14, 2007 | 3:49 am

> Does in, in2 or in3 mean the input on top of the object box ?
>
Yes

> Does "dim" mean the size of the matrix coming from the right inlet ?
>

Yes

> When do I need to put @in2_dim in jit.repos object and when not ?
>

When you don’t want the in2_dim matrix do adapt to the same size as
the first inlet matrix. By default almost all jitter objects dealing
with matrices will force incoming matrices to adapt to the left
inlet’s matrix size.

wes


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