array theory meaning
<theory> A theory developed by Trenchard More Jr. and used as the basis for the NIAL language.
Papers are available from the IBM Cambridge Scientific Center, Cambridge MA.
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- Nial combines a functional programming notation for arrays based on Array Theory developed by Trenchard More with structured programming concepts for numeric, character and symbolic data.
- In short, the geometry of real-world audio line arrays as used in public address systems can only be modeled approximately by line array theory, and only in the 100 400 Hz range.
- Above about 400 Hz the driver cones themselves become directional, again violating the theory s assumptions, and at high frequencies, many practical systems use directional waveguides whose behavior cannot be described using classical line array theory.
- At frequencies below 100 Hz ( wavelength of 11 . 3 ft ) the line array which is less than approximately 3 meter long will start to become omnidirectional, so the system will not conform to line array theory across all frequencies.