United States Member #69530 January 11, 2009 7803 Posts Offline

Posted: March 1, 2010, 7:11 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by JADELottery on March 1, 2010

Thank you, we have one minor tweak coming; it's not too big, but it makes better use of the equations.

We will be adding akquantum number to the set.

Thiskquantum number is a bit more abstract than the otheriandjquantum numbers and relates to theyboundaries that define thejquantum number.

JL,

I hope youre on the right track with all of this.Ive been working with hypergeometric distribution formulas for the last several months and its a "REAL" pain in the azz...Ive never been able to figure in for repeat percentages and to do so with any kind of accuracy may be impossible..

West Concord, MN United States Member #21 December 7, 2001 3680 Posts Offline

Posted: March 1, 2010, 9:39 pm - IP Logged

The Quantum Equation Tweak

We added a k quantum number to the final equation. It's not actually part of the equation, it controls the y boundary that determines the j quantum number. Below is a graph of the equations and y boundary line. The gray area marks the area that is controlled by the k quantum number. Depending on the k quantum number, the y boundary can be in two different places.

The new boundaries then become the following conditions.

The overlapping region in gray is bi-function zone that over the continuum of operation averages to an equational values of the following.

The function is already in operation in our Blogged post of the One Hit Wonder Table. Below is the Visual Basic code we are using.

Function Rand_SUM(ByVal a As Integer, ByVal b As Integer) As Integer

If (Not ((a >= 0) And (a <= 9)) Or Not ((b >= 0) And (b <= 9))) Then

Rand_SUM = 0

Exit Function

End If

Dim c, i, j As Integer

Dim x, y, yj As Double

Dim NumberFound As Boolean

NumberFound = False

Do

'Randomize Function Quantum Number - j through random y value

y = 75.25 * Rnd()

'Randomize y Boundary through the k Quantum Number – k is the expression { Rnd() < 0.5 }

If Rnd() < 0.5 Then

yj = 45

Else

yj = 55

End If

'Select j Quantum Number based on the established y Boundary value of yj

Stone Mountain*Georgia United States Member #828 November 2, 2002 10491 Posts Offline

Posted: March 8, 2010, 11:05 am - IP Logged

Thank you for sharing your work Jade....... and if form really does follow function...... then thanks for sharing your "functional art charts" as well.

Here is one of my old (1-27) LONG sums charts from several years ago.....before I put together my (1-10) "Short Sums Chart"

West Concord, MN United States Member #21 December 7, 2001 3680 Posts Offline

Posted: March 10, 2010, 8:46 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by WIN D on March 8, 2010

Thank you for sharing your work Jade....... and if form really does follow function...... then thanks for sharing your "functional art charts" as well.

Here is one of my old (1-27) LONG sums charts from several years ago.....before I put together my (1-10) "Short Sums Chart"

WIN D, thank you. I’ve been working on this and other similar Quantum Selection methods; one you may already know is the Matrix method. It uses the Matrix Determinant of previous Daily Numbers to determine the outcome. That method is part of the JADE Pick 3 Pick 4 Selector program.

I’ve looked over you LONG Sums chart and can see you are working on position distribution. If you look at the last distribution chart under the Formulae posting, you can see that all your values in your LONG Sums chart are greater by a factor of 3. I suspect your LONG Sums have a very close connection to this posting. Although, we’d have to step back a few procedures to integrate it in properly.

The overall objective was to show a different way of deriving Sums, Daily Numbers from Sums, and a process that is non-restrictive. It is what I call Quantum Picking, or by close analogy, it is a Structured Random Selection. This is consistent with the natural world, namely atomic and sub-atomic areas of interest.

To All: Another description is somewhat more paradoxic, Random Order. However, I see those of you out there now saying “that’s an oxymoron” or “Random and Order can’t go together.” Well, for those of you who are Paradoxically Challenged, this may be beyond your understanding, but yes, these two words can work together. As matter of fact, they are working together right now in every atom of your existence. Also, it appears to work fairly well for selecting numbers in our One Hit Wonder and Quantum Matrix Tables.

Presented 'AS IS' and for Entertainment Purposes Only. Any gain or loss is your responsibility. Use at your own risk.

Order is a Subset of Chaos Knowledge is Beyond Belief Wisdom is Not Censored Douglas Paul Smallish Jehocifer

West Concord, MN United States Member #21 December 7, 2001 3680 Posts Offline

Posted: March 11, 2010, 8:49 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by pick4hawk on March 11, 2010

JADE:

Thanks for posting info. How does it apply towards the pick 4?

HAWK

The actual Pick 4 sum is a bit more complicated. However, we used the simpler approach in our One Hit Wonder postings by just using the 3 digit sums to derive both the Pick 4 and Pick 5 One Hit Wonder numbers as well. Below is an example of the last two drawings for a Pick 4 game.

Pick 4

1

7

6

7

1

9

0

3

This can be extended insequence to guess the next draw.

Pick 4

1

7

6

7

1

9

0

3

W

X

Y

Z

You can use the Function we posted in The Quantum Tweak to find W, X, Y, and Z.

W = Rand_SUM(1,1) X = Rand_SUM(7,9) Y = Rand_SUM(6,0) Z = Rand_SUM(7,3)

The order of the draws is not important.

What the function is doing is Quantumly Picking the Sum for each of the W, X, Y, and Z values based on the Quantum Equation and subtracting the previous draw values. With the W value, the Sum = W + 1 + 1. The Function solves for W by Quantum Picking the Sum and then subtracting 1 and 1; it would be the same as W = Sum - 1 - 1. The same is true for the other values and each time the Sum is Quantumly Picked then solved for each position.

Presented 'AS IS' and for Entertainment Purposes Only. Any gain or loss is your responsibility. Use at your own risk.

Order is a Subset of Chaos Knowledge is Beyond Belief Wisdom is Not Censored Douglas Paul Smallish Jehocifer

United States Member #73037 April 3, 2009 147 Posts Offline

Posted: March 30, 2010, 6:01 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by JADELottery on March 1, 2010

The Quantum Equation Tweak

We added a k quantum number to the final equation. It's not actually part of the equation, it controls the y boundary that determines the j quantum number. Below is a graph of the equations and y boundary line. The gray area marks the area that is controlled by the k quantum number. Depending on the k quantum number, the y boundary can be in two different places.

The new boundaries then become the following conditions.

The overlapping region in gray is bi-function zone that over the continuum of operation averages to an equational values of the following.

The function is already in operation in our Blogged post of the One Hit Wonder Table. Below is the Visual Basic code we are using.

Function Rand_SUM(ByVal a As Integer, ByVal b As Integer) As Integer

If (Not ((a >= 0) And (a <= 9)) Or Not ((b >= 0) And (b <= 9))) Then

Rand_SUM = 0

Exit Function

End If

Dim c, i, j As Integer

Dim x, y, yj As Double

Dim NumberFound As Boolean

NumberFound = False

Do

'Randomize Function Quantum Number - j through random y value

y = 75.25 * Rnd()

'Randomize y Boundary through the k Quantum Number – k is the expression { Rnd() < 0.5 }

If Rnd() < 0.5 Then

yj = 45

Else

yj = 55

End If

'Select j Quantum Number based on the established y Boundary value of yj

Also, if you are going to use this in Excel, you need to change the System.Math.Sqrt and System.Math.Round to Sqr and Round.

Afternoon JADELottery,

I've placed your function into my script editor. After several Error messages, I'm down to just 1 Error message now. The line:

Dim NumberFound As Boolean

is in red and displays an Error message of:

(Globals): Rand_SUM: 15: Class or type name not found: BOOLEAN

I did remember to change the "Round" and "Sqr". They both turned blue. Out of 28 Errors when I first placed it, I'm now down to just this 1. I'm using Lotus 123 not Excel.

When you have some time, if you would, what am I doing wrong? Or, what else is needed for this line to work?

Thank you

KnuckleHead

The only DUMB question is the one question you DID NOT ask...

West Concord, MN United States Member #21 December 7, 2001 3680 Posts Offline

Posted: March 30, 2010, 6:37 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by pick4hawk on March 30, 2010

1) Why are you giving credit so much to Lucky's Followers system?

2) Do you feel its the bases for all systems?

Many have used some sort of "followers routine" long before it was ever disscused on LP.

3) Just curious why you place so much upon just one method of grouping?

Hawk

1 - It's what started the basic idea of "What comes next?" and it's not just restricted to this post.

2 - Nope, the field is wide open.

3 - You're right this is just one and we have a few others like it, i.e. The Quantum Matrix, it's based on the Matrix Determinant to find "What's next?"

Presented 'AS IS' and for Entertainment Purposes Only. Any gain or loss is your responsibility. Use at your own risk.

Order is a Subset of Chaos Knowledge is Beyond Belief Wisdom is Not Censored Douglas Paul Smallish Jehocifer

West Concord, MN United States Member #21 December 7, 2001 3680 Posts Offline

Posted: March 30, 2010, 6:40 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by KnuckleHead on March 30, 2010

Afternoon JADELottery,

I've placed your function into my script editor. After several Error messages, I'm down to just 1 Error message now. The line:

Dim NumberFound As Boolean

is in red and displays an Error message of:

(Globals): Rand_SUM: 15: Class or type name not found: BOOLEAN

I did remember to change the "Round" and "Sqr". They both turned blue. Out of 28 Errors when I first placed it, I'm now down to just this 1. I'm using Lotus 123 not Excel.

When you have some time, if you would, what am I doing wrong? Or, what else is needed for this line to work?

Thank you

KnuckleHead

1-2-3 is a bugger like that.

It's not a direct plug-and-play.

We'll look into the translation, but it could be a while.

We are working on other projects.

For the past couple of months we've been having network issues and they have just been fixed.

Or, there may be some one here that can translate it for you sooner.

Presented 'AS IS' and for Entertainment Purposes Only. Any gain or loss is your responsibility. Use at your own risk.

Order is a Subset of Chaos Knowledge is Beyond Belief Wisdom is Not Censored Douglas Paul Smallish Jehocifer

West Concord, MN United States Member #21 December 7, 2001 3680 Posts Offline

Posted: March 30, 2010, 7:59 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by KnuckleHead on March 30, 2010

Afternoon JADELottery,

I've placed your function into my script editor. After several Error messages, I'm down to just 1 Error message now. The line:

Dim NumberFound As Boolean

is in red and displays an Error message of:

(Globals): Rand_SUM: 15: Class or type name not found: BOOLEAN

I did remember to change the "Round" and "Sqr". They both turned blue. Out of 28 Errors when I first placed it, I'm now down to just this 1. I'm using Lotus 123 not Excel.

When you have some time, if you would, what am I doing wrong? Or, what else is needed for this line to work?

Thank you

KnuckleHead

Ok, maybe sooner than later. Try this:

Function RandSUM(a As Integer, b As Integer) As Integer

If (Not ((a >= 0) And (a <= 9)) Or Not ((b >= 0) And (b <= 9))) Then

Rand_SUM = 0

Exit Function

End If

Dim c, i, j As Integer

Dim x, y, yj As Double

Dim NumberFound As Integer

NumberFound = 0

Do

'Randomize Function Quantum Number - j through random y value

y = 75.25 * Rnd()

'Randomize y Boundary through the k Quantum Number – k is the expression { Rnd() < 0.5 }

If Rnd() < 0.5 Then

yj = 45

Else

yj = 55

End If

'Select j Quantum Number based on the established y Boundary value of yj