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The ‘prob’ keyword in an assembler program defines a probability variable with a specific name.
A jprob
or case
instruction can contain the name of a probability variable instead of a numeric probability value.
There are three supported types of probability variables:
jprob
and case
instructions.
jprob
or case
instruction.
A controlled probability variable can simultaneously be an output probability variable.
An output probabilities array is the means of fetching probabilities learned for case
instructions in a choice
instruction block by their indices.
A location label assigned to the choice
instruction block is the name of this array.
• Variables in an Assembler Program | ||
• Controlled Variables | ||
• Output Variables | ||
• Output Arrays | ||
• Auxiliary Variables |