Delila Program: patana

patana program

Documentation for the patana program is below, with links to related programs in the "see also" section.

{version = 2.19; (* of patana 1994 sep 5}

(* begin module describe.patana *)
      patana: pattern analysis

      patana(pattern: in, anal: out, output: out)

      pattern: a pattern matrix, the output of the pattern learning
         program patlrn;
      anal: the analysis of the pattern matrix;
      output: for messages to the user;

      patana does some simple analyses of a pattern matrix.  for each
      position (i.e., row) of the matrix it calculates the:
      it also calculates the sum of each of those measures.

      the sum of sums is used in other calculations.  if all training
      sequences are the same length, this is the difference between
      the number of + class sequences and - class sequences added
      together to make the w matrix.

      the sum of the average is an estimate of the mean response to
      random sequences

      the sum of the variance is a variance that estimates the
      spread of responses to random sequences.  take the
      square root to obtain the standard deviation.

      the sum of the maxima is the largest response possible.

      the sum of the minima is the smallest response possible.

see also

      gary d. stormo (modified by tom schneider)

      none known
(* end module describe.patana *)
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