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    Question Implementing Makefile-Style Algorithm in Python

    How can I implement a makefile-style algorithm in python?

    Can anyone help me with this? Any help would be appreciated.


    Thanks,
    Sandy

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandygrdn View Post
    How can I implement a makefile-style algorithm in python?

    Can anyone help me with this? Any help would be appreciated.


    Thanks,
    Sandy
    I am implementing an acoustic feature extraction system in python, and I need to implement a makefile-style algorithm to ensure that all blocks in the feature extraction system are run in the correct order, and without repeating any feature extractions stages.

    The input to this feature extraction system will be a graph detailing the links between the feature extraction blocks, and I'd like to work out which functions to run when based upon the graph.

    An example of such a system might be the following:

    ,-> [b] -> [D] ----+
    input --> [A] ^ v
    `-> [C] ----+---> [E] --> output

    and the function calls (assuming each block X is a function of the form output = X(inputs) might be something like:

    a = A(input)
    b = B(a)
    c = C(a)
    d = D(b,c) # can't call D until both b and c are ready
    output = E(d,c) # can't call E until both c and d are ready

    I already have the function graph loaded in the form of a dictionary with each dictionary entry of the form (inputs, function) like so:

    blocks = {'A' : (('input'), A),
    'B' : (('A'), B),
    'C' : (('A'), C),
    'D' : (('B','C'), D),
    'output' : (('D','C'), E)}

    I'm just currently drawing a blank on what the makefile algorithm does exactly, and how to go about implementing it. My google-fu appears to be not-very-helpful here too. If someone at least can give me a pointer to a good discussion of the makefile algorithm that would probably be a good start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandygrdn View Post
    How can I implement a makefile-style algorithm in python?

    Can anyone help me with this? Any help would be appreciated.


    Thanks,
    Sandy
    I am implementing an acoustic feature extraction system in python, and I need to implement a makefile-style algorithm to ensure that all blocks in the feature extraction system are run in the correct order, and without repeating any feature extractions stages.

    The input to this feature extraction system will be a graph detailing the links between the feature extraction blocks, and I'd like to work out which functions to run when based upon the graph.

    An example of such a system might be the following:

    ,-> [b] -> [D] ----+
    input --> [A] ^ v
    `-> [C] ----+---> [E] --> output

    and the function calls (assuming each block X is a function of the form output = X(inputs) might be something like:

    a = A(input)
    b = B(a)
    c = C(a)
    d = D(b,c) # can't call D until both b and c are ready
    output = E(d,c) # can't call E until both c and d are ready

    I already have the function graph loaded in the form of a dictionary with each dictionary entry of the form (inputs, function) like so:

    blocks = {'A' : (('input'), A),
    'B' : (('A'), B),
    'C' : (('A'), C),
    'D' : (('B','C'), D),
    'output' : (('D','C'), E)}

    I'm just currently drawing a blank on what the makefile algorithm does exactly, and how to go about implementing it. My google-fu appears to be not-very-helpful here too. If someone at least can give me a pointer to a good discussion of the makefile algorithm that would probably be a good start.

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