morkov row


    May 23 2006 | 5:42 am
    quicky. working on OSX,
    Anyone have a method of taking a list of probability weights and
    outputting a state? similar to filling a table and banging it.
    Iterating through a list is proving to be pretty expensive. algo1
    doesn't seem to be working.
    -matt
    this is what I want to do but menus and such slow it down. I have no
    solid speed test for it.

    • May 23 2006 | 1:37 pm
      Hi Matthew,
      A table is in a sence a markov row. If you make the table small: 10-10 and you increase one of the values, a bang will send out this value. If you have a value on a another location which is higher, table will weight this and will mostlikely send out the new value.
      I build a first-order markov processor in this way. If you have trouble building one, i can send it to you if you like.
      Grt,
      Danny de Graan
    • May 23 2006 | 2:57 pm
      hey, thanks for the reply...
      the problem is, Im using these for 32nd notes, and (as in my example)
      in order to fill a table you have to iterate through your whole list
      in order to fill that table (like once every 80 ms). I was wondering
      If I could do it from a list.
      I know someone has.... just gotta right?
      -matt
    • May 23 2006 | 8:42 pm
      Hi Matthew,
      I found this external on the maxobjectlist on the net:
      f0.list_arpeggio
      Maybe it will do the trick.
      Goodluck,
      Danny de Graan
    • May 24 2006 | 1:44 pm
      > Anyone have a method of taking a list of probability weights and
      > outputting a state? similar to filling a table and banging it.
      in my probability sequencers i do not use lists but only
      single values (of course), but i think with a messagebox
      filled with variables you might have a better performance
      than with a table.
      if you want to be able to change 1 out of 100 numbers
      in a list, you should use 100 single [i]s and a pack ...
      so that you update the list - stored somewhere behind it -
      only when you need the list data.
    • May 28 2006 | 3:58 pm
      On 23-May-2006, at 7:42, matthew aidekman wrote:
      > Anyone have a method of taking a list of probability weights and
      > outputting a state?
      prob?
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