|Re: [WP34S] LocRm allocation function missing?|
Message #3 Posted by Chris Tvergard on 13 May 2012, 6:20 p.m.,
in response to message #2 by Walter B
You understand me correctly, of course, and I appreciate your input. What you say is exactly what I want.
The catch is the input from Marcus that even a simple XEQ kills the local data, so unless I can do my calculations truly internally, which I may, or will desparately try to do, then I am back to the R00-R99 plus the lettered A-D etc. regs.
Briefly, I have 90 source data in R00-R89, the next ten for internal calculation result storage. Then I have 90 exponential weights summed to unity and based upon analysis of the source data placed in my imaginary upper say R155-R255, in which the last ten would be for very local short time storage and end up in A-D say.
The rest are then statistical calculations but I can do that without using XEQ, maybe. Ultimately the new 90 data sequence would be stored in R00-R89. Let's face it, pushing Monte Carlo probability runs into a neural network with a volatility lognormal 2 days-into-the-future prediction value is a stretch even on a WP34S. But I think I can do it. Of course, I can always go back to my HP Folio Ultrabook and do it all in Excel, but that somehow does not present the same thrill factor. There is something very alluring about doing neural networks on a handheld calculator. And I'm almost there thanks to the WP34S that you guys are inventing as we speak!