Action Scipt for Graph Simulation

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Anyone can assist or guide me on how to create action script for graph simulation???
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ummm... sipping on my Bud...

What EXACTLY do you call a "graph simulation"...? :)
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To be specific, how can i writiethe flash action script for a signal convolution. For example, two input signals (exponential signal and unit impulse signal). Your assistant is kindly appreciated. thanks
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OK, let me see if I understood it right...

You need a movie that would be able to catch two signals (you said one is exponential and the other one is a unit impulse signal), and then... um... what do you want those to number to happen to...?

I mean, so far, that's two dynamic text fields where you enter data. Or: the data is loaded from somewhere... Then what?

Sorry to tell you but the way you formulated the question, I must ask you this: Do you actually know Flash? It seems to me like to think of Flash as a machine, and there wasn't much sense in either question... I would love to assist you, as anyone in here, but you should be more specific... :)
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Yes you are right, i am just a flash beginner and do take short course on the flash and action script before. Now is trying to explore more in interactive graph simulation using action script.

what i mean something like what they have done using java in the following web site:

http://www.jhu.edu/~signals/convolve/

It's more to electrical engineering filed.

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