[PD] Distance Measures among Arrays and Lists
mami.music at gmail.com
Fri Apr 25 00:12:25 CEST 2014
Hey William, David, Bryan
Thanks a lot for your fast responses. I know the [tabletool] from the tID
library and it works really fine.
I will check [listtool] and [ptrdiff_t]
I am very interested in any types of measures and objects avaliable.
But specifically I am interested the "swap distance" or the "edit distance"
. I have been trying to implement my self the edit distance and have
managed to make a patch according to its Levenshtein implementation 
from wikipedia, trying to make it work with numbers instead of characters.
Although it is a simple algorithm, It is not trivial to implement in PD and
still have not managed to make it work properly.
If any one is interested I would appreciate any help. Even finding an
object that computes any of these distances; or better making the
abstraction work. I guess it could be a useful object for the community.
2014-04-24 18:45 GMT+02:00 David Medine <dmedine at ucsd.edu>:
> [listtool] ditto for lists (if you are too lazy to dump them into arrays
> ; )
> On 04/24/2014 05:18 AM, William Brent wrote:
> [tabletool] has methods for euclidean/taxicab distance between vectors
> stored in 2 arrays.
> On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 5:55 AM, D G <mami.music at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello members of the list
>> I am very interested in creating a list of objects or abstractions from
>> any PD library (pd-extended or beyond) used to measure the distance
>> between two arrays or two lists.
>> Does any of you know one or some?
>> Thanks a lot for your help!!!
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