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## Audivolv - ArrayAlign_Power

In a Node, an array size can be defined as x power y, where x and y are the sizes of 2 arrays in the same Node.

Example: In a bayesian-network, each Node has an ob array (each ob is a bayesian-Node) size y.

y is the list of child Nodes and also includes the parent.

The Node also has a flo array size 2 power y where all flos sum to 1.

There is no reason you can not create a variation of bayesian Node where its 5 power y,

or a variation where theres more than 1 list of childs and weights an of different types.

Node types will evolve.

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