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Probability variables are the means of changing a probability profile loaded into a node, retrieving probabilities learned during the node training, and parametrizing instructions and probabilities lists used in an assembler program. There are three kinds of variables supported: controlled, output, and auxiliary. Output and auxiliary probability variables were introduced in QSMM version 1.15.

• Variables in an Assembler Program | ||

• Controlled Variables | ||

• Output Variables | ||

• Auxiliary Variables |