1. Introduction to note~ for Max

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    The basic concept of note~ for Max is that of a classic MIDI sequencer: recording, editing and playing back control data.Its most obvious advantage over similar well known sequencer applications is its seamless integration into the Max programming environment as a native external object. Note~ provides a GUI, a scripting interface and feedback for every interaction and therefore its functionality can be extended by common Max/MSP objects. note~ for Max has been developed at the research department and the Electronic Studio of the University of Music Basel which belongs to the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland. Many thanks to the Maja Sacher Stiftung who generously funded the development of note~ for Max. http://www.fhnw.ch http://www.musikforschungbasel.ch http://www.noteformax.net

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    • AFI - Navigating into the source code

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      This video shows the most important part of the source code.

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      • AFI - Communication with Prolog (jpl)

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        This video shows how to communicate between Java and Prolog. We use Swi-Prolog with its library JPL.

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        • AFI - Terminal mode

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          This video shows how to install and use AFI via the terminal. Here are the commands: - afi begin : start the session - afi use-trace : specify the trace to use for the detection - afi add-scenario : add a .scn file to the scenario to detect - afi start | pause | resume | stop : control the detection - afi view : show the events found by the detection engine - afi status : show the detection status (running, paused, stopped, finished, etc) - afi clean : clean up the session (the session will be like after ‘afi begin’) - afi end : end session - afi –help : show usage

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          • Using AFI via TmfEvents view

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            This video shows how to use AFI via the TmfEvents view. Here are the commands: - "include ,.scn #1 path' '.scn #2 path' ..." allows to import .scn files - "show-includes" shows all the scenarios the detection engine is ready to analyze. - "remove-scenarios 'scenario #1 name' 'scenario #2 name' ..." "remove-scenarios '.scn file #1 path' '.scn file #2 path' ..." "remove-scenarios '.scn file' 'scenario'" - "start -f" filter mode, "start -s" search mode - "stop"/"pause" - "clear" reset the TmfEvents view to its original state.

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            • Using AFI

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              This video shows how to use Fault Identification view of AFI.

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              • AFI - Writing scenarios

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                This video shows how to use the AFI Scenario Editor and the basic rule of the declarative scripting language.

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                • Using TMF

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                  This video shows how to use TMF and its most important Eclipse views. For more information, go on http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Linux_Tools_Project/LTTng/User_Guide

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                  • Installing TMF-AFI

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                    This video provides a step-by-step tutorial on how to install TMF and AFI on Ubuntu 12.04. The svn url has been change. The right command is now: "svn checkout https://svn.fsg.ulaval.ca/svn-pub/afi-20/"

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                    • Installing and using LTTng

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                      This video shows how to install and use LTTng on Ubuntu 12.04. Just make sure to add yourself to the tracing group before you use the program: "sudo usermod -a -G tracing [username]" Visit http://www.lttng.org for more information.

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