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    Default Mathematical Functions illustrating temperaments.

    I used to be a fan of DSP, so I had those ideas in mind today at 3AM or something.

    Let's suppose Y is in the interval [-1;+1].

    EJ : y=INT(SIN(x)) - square pattern ; balancing between +1 and -1.

    IP : y=SIN(x) - sine pattern

    EP : y=RND - random pattern or white noise.

    IJ : y=0 - constant pattern

    You see how EJ and IP are dynamic and how EP and IJ are static...

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    I disagree. I think it's more like...
    IJ y=0.5*sinx Very calm and slowly changing sin graph.
    EJ y=sinx (your version might be better. I don't know what it looks like.)
    IP - white noise
    EP - 2x white noise, with less fluctuation. Maximum is bigger.

    EP and IP are like the ones shown on the graph.
    EIE, ENFj, intuitive subtype.
    E3 (probably 3w4)

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    I quite agree with Kristiina, because I stipulated pure temperaments.

    Mitin says that individuation goes through the golden proportion.

    An IJ would be 62% I, 62% J, 62% static, 38% E, 38% P, 38% dynamic.

    An IJ is approximately 38% IJ, 23% EP, 23% EJ, 16% IP.

    Functions should be mixed each other.

    An IJ is more : .25 * (0*.38 + noise*.23 + intsin(x)*.23 + sin(x)*.16)

    But I partly disagree because it contradicts Pavlov's descriptions :

    EJ strong-balanced-mobile
    IJ strong-balanced-inert
    EP strong-unbalanced
    IP weak

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    This thread is hilarious ~ I love it.

    Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astralsilky
    This thread is hilarious ~ I love it.

    Well done.

    As for the EP - white noise correlation, well, one could say that EPs actually see a myriad rainbows within that "noise" whereas others glance and see the white result.
    Because EP-typed psyches differentiate better EP material.

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    Analogy with Model T :

    E is level of excitation
    I is level of inhibition

    E low I high : sine wave - weak
    E high I low : white noise - strong, not balanced
    E high I high : square wave - strong, balanced, mobile
    E low I low : mute - strong, balanced, inert

    For example, LII : Logic is sine, Intuition is mute, Ethics is square, Sensing is noise.

    On Introtims, functions 1234 have this pattern : sine-mute-square-noise
    On Extrotims, functions 1234 have this pattern : noise-square-mute-sine

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