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Relational Node


This solver provides various ways to compare Input A to Input B, or one solver’s output to another solver’s output.

Parameters

This section is common to all solvers.  A description can be found here.
This section is common to all solvers.  A description can be found here.

Options

A > B
This mode checks if Input A is greater than Input B.  If the Long Confidence value at Input A is greater then Long Confidence value at Input B the Long side is true.  If the Short Confidence value at Input A is greater then Short Confidence value at Input B the Short side is true.  See the Output section below to determine how the output works.

A < B
This mode checks if Input A is less than Input B.  If the Long Confidence value at Input A is less then Long Confidence value at Input B the Long side is true.  If the Short Confidence value at Input A is less then Short Confidence value at Input B the Short side is true.  See the Output section below to determine how the output works.

A = B
This mode checks if Input A is equal to Input B.  If the Long Confidence value at Input A equals the Long Confidence value at Input B the Long side is true.  If the Short Confidence value at Input A equals the Short Confidence value at Input B the Short side is true.  See the Output section below to determine how the output works.

A >= B
This mode checks if Input A is greater or equal to Input B.  If the Long Confidence value at Input A is greater or equal to the Long Confidence value at Input B the Long side is true.  If the Short Confidence value at Input A is greater or equal to the Short Confidence value at Input B the Short side is true.  See the Output section below to determine how the output works.

A <= B
This mode checks if Input A is less or equal to Input B.  If the Long Confidence value at Input A is lessor equal to the Long Confidence value at Input B the Long side is true.  If the Short Confidence value at Input A is less or equal to the Short Confidence value at Input B the Short side is true.  See the Output section below to determine how the output works.

A != B
This mode checks if Input A does not equal Input B.  If the Long Confidence value at Input A does not equal the Long Confidence value at Input B the Long side is true.  If the Short Confidence value at Input A does not equal the Short Confidence value at Input B the Short side is true.  See the Output section below to determine how the output works.

A – B
This mode performs the mathematical calculation A – B.  The Long output will equal the result of subtracting the Long Confidence value at Input B from the Long Confidence value at Input A.  The Short output will equal the result of subtracting the Short Confidence value at Input B from the Short Confidence value at Input A.  The Output section parameters have no affect and are not used.

B – A
This mode performs the mathematical calculation B – A.  The Long output will equal the result of subtracting the Long Confidence value at Input A from the Long Confidence value at Input B.  The Short output will equal the result of subtracting the Short Confidence value at Input A from the Short Confidence value at Input B.  The Output section parameters have no affect and are not used.

|A – B|
This mode performs the mathematical calculation Absolute(A – B).  The Long output will equal the mathematical absolute of subtracting the Long Confidence value at Input B from the Long Confidence value at Input A.  The Short output will equal the mathematical absolute of subtracting the Short Confidence value at Input B from the Short Confidence value at Input A.  The Output section parameters have no affect and are not used.

Output

This parameter is only used when Compare Mode is set to a comparison operation such as A > B, A < B, A = B, etc.  When this parameter is set to 1, and the Compare Mode calculation equates to true the Output will = 1.  IE, Compare Mode is set to A > B.  Input A Long confidence = 0.89 and Input B Long confidence = 0.45.  A is greater than B so the result is True and the Long Output will = 1.  The Short confidence is calculated separately in the same way.
This parameter is only used when Compare Mode is set to a comparison operation such as A > B, A < B, A = B, etc.  When this parameter is set to 1, and the Compare Mode calculation equates to false the Output will = 1.  IE, 1)  Compare Mode is set to A > B.  Input A Long confidence = 0.89 and Input B Long confidence = 0.45.  A is greater than B so the result is True and the Long Output will = 0.  2)  Compare Mode is set to A > B.  Input A Long confidence = 0.12 and Input B Long confidence = 0.53.  A is less than B so the result is False and the Long Output will = 1.  The Short confidence is calculated separately in the same way.

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