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Subject: MAX Digest - 8 Jul 1997 to 9 Jul
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There are 4 messages totalling 90 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. fat mlp object
  2. Last message with no accents
  3. Robot control?
  4. CNMAT's address

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Date:    Wed, 9 Jul 1997 13:23:05 +0200
From:    Joseph Butch Rovan 
Subject: Re: fat mlp object

>I've ported the "mlp" neural net object to CodeWarrior and hence
>to PPC.  You can get it from CNMAT's WWW site:

One quick note about the fat "mlp" object that Matt recently ported to PPC:
the graphics option isn't working (at least on the last version I have), so
don't get frustrated trying to find that cool graphic of neuron activity.
Other than that, it seems okay so far.

Butch Rovan

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Butch Rovan
rovan@ircam.fr

7 Impasse des Trois Soeurs
Paris 75011
01 48 06 38 62

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Date:    Wed, 9 Jul 1997 08:26:08 -0700
From:    Christopher Murtagh 
Subject: Last message with no accents

La derniere message sans accents:

Salut 'Maxers',

 Pour toute les usagers francophones qui ont besoin d'aide avec le listserv
MAX, vous pouvez me demander en francais. Mon francais est loin d'etre
parfait (tres loin meme), mais je vais essayer de vous aider dans votre
langue si possible. S.V.P. notez c'est pour les questions du listserv MAX
(chriseh@islandnet.com - moi) et non du logiciel MAX (max@vm1.mcgill.ca).
Merci.

Sincerement,

Christopher Murtagh

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Date:    Wed, 9 Jul 1997 08:47:08 -0700
From:    Keay Edwards 
Subject: Robot control?

Hello All,
        I'm begining to gather information on robotic control utilizing
Max.  I
remember some previous discussion here about using Max to fire AC
switches and the like.  Has anyone used Max to control something like a
robotic arm (the Lynx Robot)?  If you have any information it would be
greatly appreciated, especially if you have specific information like a
sample patch and parts list.
        Also, I 'm hoping to utilize the video object for an experiment
in
machine vision and motion sensing.  I do understand that it would be
optimal to hack this stuff out in C, but I don't have access to such
knowledge.

Thanks for your indulgence, be well!
Keay@hooked.net
San Jose State University

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Date:    Wed, 9 Jul 1997 11:59:16 -0400
From:    Stephen Kay 
Subject: CNMAT's address

>>I've ported the "mlp" neural net object to CodeWarrior and hence
>>to PPC.  You can get it from CNMAT's WWW site:

Could someone please repost CNMAT's web address?

Thanks,
Stephen Kay

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