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Fredrik Olofsson a bunch of abstractions that someone might find helpful



Fredrik Olofsson some externals for max



Fredrik Olofsson some java classes for max



Colautti Florent Set of abstractions for max5 around the libraries PMPD & MSD, and some utilities to dynamic control and facilitate for manipulated it (show in "ressources" web page)




Eric Lyon
Christopher Penrose
FFTease is a collection of Max/MSP objects implementing various forms of spectral sound processing. These include an additive-synthesis phase vocoder, noise reduction, cross synthesis, and more unusual forms of spectral processing



Nathan Wolek A small collection of externals used for various spectral processing. Includes objects for computing amplitude in decibels and a few complex math functions.


Flock Vision Toolkit

Mark Godfrey
Jason Freeman
The Flock Vision Toolkit is a set of computer vision algorithms and utilities for lens correction, skew correction, image stitching, and particle filter-based tracking.

These objects were developed by Mark Godfrey, an MS candidate in Music Technology at Georgia Tech and one of the principal collaborators on Jason Freeman\'s Flock, an evening-length performance work for saxophone quartet and audience participation.



Norbert Schnell FTM is a shared library for Max/MSP (FTMlib) providing a small and simple real-time object system and a couple of optimized services to be used within Max/MSP externals. FTMlib is distributed with a set of basic Max/MSP objects (FTM externals) giving access to the library\'s functionalities.



Alain Bonardi
Isis Truck
When manipulating human knowledge such as perception, feelings, appreciation, veracity of facts, etc., the classical logic that recognize only two truth degrees (true or false) is not always the most suitable.

To solve this problem, more than two degrees are considered in the non-classical logics. The fuzzy logic is one of these logics.

In this logic, facts are represented through membership functions: when the membership value is equal to 1 the fact is exactly true; when it is equal to 0 the fact is exactly false; in between there is an uncertainty about the veracity of the fact.

These membership functions are called "fuzzy subsets". They can be of different shapes: gaussian, trapezoidal, triangular, etc.

Thus the aim of the fuzzy logic is to propose a theoretical framework for the manipulation - representation and reasoning - of such facts.

The Fuzzy Lib library implements all the tools that are necessary to handle this manipulation: representation of a fuzzy subset (among them are the fuzzification, defuzzification and partitioning), reasoning process (generalized modus ponens, fuzzy implications, t-norms, t-conorms, etc.).

This version 1 of the Fuzzy Lib enables to implement fuzzification, uncertain reasoning and defuzzification for any number of data in the framework of Max/MSP environment.


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