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dot.history Abstraction Outputs list of delayed samples: x[n], x[n-1], Ö, x[n-m].
gem.pix_histo External
histo External A simple histogram
Make a histogram of the numbers received
interpianac External historic : Port of interpianac from the NeXt Max version.
interpianac is doing an interpolation between partial frames right after a 'iana~' analysis. The interpolation is done with frequencies that are the closest and not their index.
jb.histo Abstraction a histogram for floating-point numbers
jit.histogram External Calculate histogram
The jit.histogram object calculates the histogram for a series of input matrices. The histogram is the distribution of values for each of the matrix's planes.
lp.stu External Generate random numbers from Studentís t distribution
The t distribution has one parameter, referred to as degrees of freedom. It produces an asymmetrical distribution of positive deviates. The degrees of freedom parameter is a positive integer. The t distribution was developed by the statistician William Gosset. At the time of publication Gosset was employed by the Guinness brewery, which did not allow employees to publish, so Gosset wrote under the pseudonym of Student. The rest is history.
stutter~ External stutter~ keeps a history of its signal input(left inle
stutter~ keeps a history of its signal input(left inlet). Upon recieving an int(left inlet), it copies that number of the most recently recieved samples to another playback buffer. This buffer may be cycled through by its phase, 0-1 (right inlet). on bang (left inlet) or a trigger signal (middle inlet), the last int number of samples are copied to the playback buffer.
thresh_1024 External thresh with max 1024 atoms
thresh with 1024 atoms in use for historic use of NeXt Max patches.
v.age External The output from v.age is an image that indicates the number of frames since each pixel was active (non-zero).
The output from v.age is an image that indicates the number of frames since each pixel was active (non-zero). Currently active pixels show how long they have been active by outputting positive values. (32 means active for 32 frames). Inactive pixels output a negative value showing how many frames have elapsed since it was last active. The output image is in floating point format so that it can maintain a very long history. v.age will be paired with another object in development to provide motion speed and direction information.
v.heads External v.heads finds heads, and maintains head histories.
v.heads finds heads, and maintains head histories. It expects to receive two input streams (from v.silhouette). It locates probably heads from these streams, and tracks them across time. The main head output is from the middle outlet. This outputs a list of heads ( x, y, and age for each). There are always max_heads triplets output, but empty heads are indicated with (-1, -1, 0). Dormant heads have a negative age, and are there to catch re-emerging heads that may have disappeared due to collisions, etc. The v.silhouette / v.heads combination will only work if a correctly processed stream is used as the input. See the example patch for more info.
v.histogram External v.histogram calculates a brightness histogram and gives a sense of contrast and median brightness of the image.
v.histogram calculates a brightness histogram and gives a sense of contrast and median brightness of the image. Colour information is ignored. To perform colour histograms, use v.components to separate the colour components and then histogram them individually (or use v.hslhistogram)
v.hslhistogram External v.hslhistogram performs a 3 dimensional histogram according to hue, saturation and luminance.
v.hslhistogram performs a 3 dimensional histogram according to hue, saturation and luminance. The result is output as a 2-dimensional video frame with hue represented in the x axis, and the y-axis grouped into 8 saturation sections, which are themselves each made up of 8 lines of video representing 8 levels of luminance. This image is mostly useful only as a monitor. Hue is divided into 64 sections while saturation and luminance are divided into 8. The hue saturation and luminance of the most common colour is output as well. If the range of colour is limited, the resolution in that range can be increase so that the whole resolution of the histogram is used to encode and evaluate the desired range.
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Zack Settel The Jimmies is an historical collection of patches, abstractions and external objects developed for the MAX/FTS environment on the ISPW at the beginning of the 1990s, and assembled into a formal collection of tools by Zack Settel in 1993.

Zack Settel developped a new free version of the Jimmies called xjimmies : http://www.maxobjects.com/?v=libraries&id_library=100

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