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Results in the integration of S+ and S-. Samples on S+ are summed to and samples on S- are subtracted from the output.



Integrates sample values from the S+ input with the sample values of the same channels on the S- input. In other words: values on S+ are added and values on S- are subtracted from the result.

Operator ports

Input S+: Floating point values

Input S-: Floating point values

Output Integral: Floating point values


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Both inputs must have the same number of channels.

It is allowed to feed back a signal to one of the inputs that originates from the output.

It is not allowed to directly integrate signals from two different sources. You need to synchronize the signals first, using the Synchronizer (link).

The calculation is also performed on constant values (e.g. from a Constant (link)); either if one of the inputs is a constant or both.