Understood, and we are saying the same thing.
I'm not questioning your ability to code, not at all. Nor am I questioning your intelligence. Quite the contrary, especially when I noticed the discussion topic. You obviously have both initiative and intelligence.
Let me explain myself a bit more here using personal experience as an analogy. I'm not a mathematician but consider myself competent enough to understand complex expressions. Years ago I decided to write a distance calculator. I did my research and discovered many different formulas were available for calculating distance on a spherical surface. Then I came across a formula and discussion amongst some great minds initiated by a fella that worked for NASA. I found a winner. Next up, converting the formula to code and integrating it with a latitude/longitude database table. It took me quite a few hours to get it properly coded and returning results correctly, including indexing my tables for performance.
The "few hours to get it properly coded" part is where you are at right now. My point in this discussion is that most everybody in the forum works a regular job and volunteers their efforts here when they are able. To evaluate and begin breaking your LSA text down is going to take time. I'm guessing the lack of response to your discussion here is one of two reasons -- either readers lack the ability to undertake such or task or they just don't have the time to freely donate their efforts. And knowing the members of this community, I'm banking on the latter reason.
I hope this makes sense, DNnetz.