Maximum length sequence assuming distinct
values = baseVal^powerVal-1
ms: generated maximum length sequence, of length
basisVal^powerVal-1 such that all values occur
with equal frequency=basisVal except zero,
which occurs basisVal-1 times
baseVal: any prime number up to 31
powerVal: an integer
NB: the algorithm is performing search in m-sequence
register space so the calculation time grows with
baseVal and powerVal
Tested on Matlab 7.9.0 (R2009b)
(C) Written by Giedrius T. Buracas, SNL-B, Salk Institute
and Center for Functional MRI, UCSD
Everything is working well. I just wondered if I could ask a question: My understanding is that in theory it is possible to create m-sequences when the number of levels is a power of a prime integer (so, for example,for an experiment that uses 9 stimuli). Is that possible within this program, or can I only generate sequences in which the number of levels is a prime integer?
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