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This number can be brought down significantly. This is because some programs are deprecated, others are just C/FORTRAN copies of each other, others are not important in GNU Octave (such as 'compare' and choose'). After taking the factors above into consideration the number of functions that need to be ported drops to 49. I have prepared a detailed discussion of all of those functions [[User:Josiah425:TISEAN_Package:Table_of_functions| here]]. This number will further drop once certain programs are confirmed to have similar programs in GNU Octave or some packages in Octave Forge.
 
This number can be brought down significantly. This is because some programs are deprecated, others are just C/FORTRAN copies of each other, others are not important in GNU Octave (such as 'compare' and choose'). After taking the factors above into consideration the number of functions that need to be ported drops to 49. I have prepared a detailed discussion of all of those functions [[User:Josiah425:TISEAN_Package:Table_of_functions| here]]. This number will further drop once certain programs are confirmed to have similar programs in GNU Octave or some packages in Octave Forge.
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Apart from the qualitative division I propose a work oriented division. In it each subpart can be tackled separately and create an entity in-and-of-itself. I chose to work along the lines of the articles about implementations of nonlinear timeseries included in the documentation. This article discusses various algorithms and what certain programs mean. It can be found [http://www.mpipks-dresden.mpg.de/~tisean/Tisean_3.0.1/docs/chaospaper/TiseanHTML.html | here]. I will discuss in which order I would like to port various topics from this article and where my work currently stands.
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Apart from the qualitative division I propose a work oriented division. In it each subpart can be tackled separately and create an entity in-and-of-itself. I chose to work along the lines of the articles about implementations of nonlinear timeseries included in the documentation. This article discusses various algorithms and what certain programs mean. It can be found [http://www.mpipks-dresden.mpg.de/~tisean/Tisean_3.0.1/docs/chaospaper/TiseanHTML.html here]. I will discuss in which order I would like to port various topics from this article and where my work currently stands.
 
==== Nonlinear noise reduction ====
 
==== Nonlinear noise reduction ====
 
This is the first topic I chose. It is because it contains programs from all three categories. It is also relatively small -- it contains 3 programs: project, lazy, ghkss. I have chosen to further implement addnoise and henon, to demonstrate how project and ghkss work. Thus this topic contains programs from each category:  
 
This is the first topic I chose. It is because it contains programs from all three categories. It is also relatively small -- it contains 3 programs: project, lazy, ghkss. I have chosen to further implement addnoise and henon, to demonstrate how project and ghkss work. Thus this topic contains programs from each category:  
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