[PD] Re: PD-list Digest, Vol 14, Issue 61

Julian Villegas julovi at yahoo.com
Wed May 17 14:05:17 CEST 2006

Hi Luca,
I asked something similar before, and Frank Barknecht remember me that in Pd,  the results of any computation are considered to last 0 ms in logical time, in fact it will take some real time to find it, so in case of real-time applications, it's my understood that normally, if an incoming signal arrives in the middle of a computation, it will be ignored. The other option is to develop something with threads for reading your incoming signals, but then you have to pay special attention to the synchronization of them.  In my case it seemed to be a good trade-off to assume my incoming signals one at a time, and spaced in time long enough for my object to finish the calculation, instead of doing the whole thing with threads. 
I hope this helps, if you find a workaround, please let me know...

Julian Villegas

University of Aizu
Synthetic Worlds Laboratory
Aizu - Wakamatsu Fukushima
Japan 965 - 8580

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