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0.008334411745 # 4 ht-c equalizer 3 0.003798354428 # 5 ht-c equalizer 4 0.002303575342 From which we can see that many of the channels have exactly the same DC, and so the proportion of the value of the DCs to the values of the other channels is the same for all channels. This is very undesirable and if the DC were always the same for all channels we could add a small correction to all the values of channels that have the same DC and would get a much better result. If we were to multiply the value of the DC channels by 1/sqrt(4) we get the following plots: Which is much closer to a uniform DC distribution for all channels. So in this case I'd try to add a factor of 1/sqrt(4) to the channel weighting. If you see any other issues with the graphs you can post a comment below. Q: Is "my-self" a valid English word? I was reading a novel recently and came across the sentence: I should have locked the kitchen door. It was my-self. I was surprised to find that the sentence was grammatically correct (it didn't sound like a fancy version of "I should have locked the kitchen door"). I can't find the word "my-self" in a dictionary, but it is a word and it doesn't sound wrong. Is this a legitimate word? If it is a legitimate word, what does it mean? A: Your example comes from a Spanish book. In Spanish, this is a correct use of the verb my-self (quedar-se/caer/sentir/saber/etc) as a reflexive pronoun and it is probably an adapted form of the verb me-self (muchas veces me, muy a menudo). This verb my-self has not been acknowledged or mentioned in the Wikipedia nor in the major online English/Spanish/Portuguese/Italian dictionaries. a lo que voy, me parece una tontería. a lo que voy, me consta. and in the sentences you've given: I should have locked the kitchen




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