recording events in time

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Wed Feb 11 10:10:20 CST 2009


In a message dated 2/11/09 10:59:02 AM, kkaufman at snet.net writes:


> 
> Thanks for your quick reply. It is the time/event aware aspects of the 
> programming that concerns me most here, together with the averaging 
> and/or statistical functions I would need to enable the application to 
> "learn" based on past experience.  My current plans don't involve 
> connecting to any external electronics.
> 

Logging events and calculating frequency, time of day they happen, what 
happens next usually, whatever, I bet is not so difficult. Though I guess it 
depends on what you are looking for. But your post seemed to indicate external 
events, like a person speaking. This requires a microphone...

Craig Newman


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