Here you have the ADDC measure report divided in chapters explaining the different topics it is made of. As it is somewhat “math dense”, they are also available some audio pills (with their text) that briefly recap the main ideas beneath the theory.
The report is not concise, but I couldn't avoid this as I needed to fix the ideas I was having during this research. I pray you to carefully read it in the presented order, as each paragraph lays the ground for what follows.
I did every effort to be as exact as possible, but please keep in mind I am a hobbyist and this is a work in progress, so it is likely both the reported theory and the applications can be criticized and further developed, and I hope some of you will share what they think (so helping the measure to grow) joining the forum or just writing me.
I can also share the Octave framework I developed, which made the measure came to life. It is just a collection of Octave scripts, but it does its job damn well and at this stage I think its elegance is far less important than its exactness.
I hope you will enjoy knowing more about the ADDC measure, and I hope you will forgive me for my not perfect English.
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