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Discrete Probability Detector algorithm

Submitted on: 12/26/2019 6:43:20 AM
By: VB6 
Level: Advanced
User Rating: Unrated
Compatibility: VB 6.0, VBA MS Excel
Views: 1611
     The purpose of this algorithm is to convert any string into a probability matrix. The same algorithm implementation can be found online (the JS version): Text to Transition Matrix

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12/26/2019 7:25:51 PMEddie Bole

I really like all your great scientific/maths programs. Thanks for the upload. Just wondering where this program can be applied (I'm a maths teacher interested in real life applications)
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12/28/2019 12:33:42 PMVB6

Hi, Eddie.In probability theory transition matrices are used for predictions (google uses them for the search engine). I collect advanced algorithms and apps that are open source and post them on PSC to show (in a very long battle with Microsoft) that VB6 is the best programming language (especially when prototipe algorithms are made in it). This is the point of my account on PSC :)
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1/2/2020 9:51:54 PMEddie Bole

I agree that "VB6 is the best programming language". I teach college maths and thought your Discrete Probability Detector algorithm program sort of looked a bit like a 2 way (array) table. Thats why I was asking. I really like your scientific/maths programs. Fantastic.
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