Really like Arboro, the first tree program I've felt I have a hope of understanding at any deep level.
I'm reading the Weber Penn article and wanted to ask about the section stating:
"To evenly distribute the splits, we use a technique similar to Floyd Steinberg Error diffusion. For each recursive level, a global value holds the 'error value' initialised to 0.0.
Each time nSegSplits is used, this error is added to create a SegSplits(effective) which is rounded to the nearest integer. The difference (SegSplits - nSegSplits effective) is subtracted from the error."
Is this necessary for determining useful figures to enter for nSegSplits in Arboro?
If so I don't understand fully how to derive an 'error value' and initialise it to 0.0
Any help appreciated.
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