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Re: Top Level Programming by Data Flow Picture

Dick ... What's a business license? You need a license to be in business? ... I'm surprised to hear that. As you can tell, I believe that organising the data
Peter Balch
Mar 31
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49170

Re: Top Level Programming by Data Flow Picture

Dick You mentioned the paper "The evolution of representation in simple cognitive networks" It is available online http://arxiv.org/pdf/1206.5771.pdf for free
David Buckley
Mar 30
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49169

Re: Top Level Programming by Data Flow Picture

I am fighting myself with a good message transport from Micro to PC at the moment. I was using mqtt but it is Ethernet based. mqtt-sn while being serial based,
mike_partain
Mar 30
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49168

Re: Top Level Programming by Data Flow Picture

Peter and Mike, Sorry about the delay in responding. I've been bogged down with a cold and a little work for a client. I am 98% retired plus a few small
Dick Curtiss
Mar 30
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49167

Re: Interesting applications for OpenCV/ ROS/ Robotics

Correction: libVISO for monocular odometry. All the videos are really fun to see.
Will Smith
Mar 30
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49166

Interesting applications for OpenCV/ ROS/ Robotics

Hello All! Thought this might be of interest; I'm trying to get the libELAS monocular odometry working well for a small robot (i.e. no wheel encoders, just a
will_keys
Mar 30
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49165

Re: Top Level Programming by Data Flow Picture

Dick, I played with this a little back in 2010. Sounds like it is a lot in line with what you are experimenting on; Reactive Extensions
mike_partain
Mar 29
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49164

Re: Top Level Programming by Data Flow Picture

Dick ... So have you written a pictorial IDE? ... So does your pictorial IDE write C code which is then compiled? How do you handle parallel processing in C?
Peter Balch
Mar 26
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49163

Re: More on Graphic Sonar Array

Well, I can't really remember exactly why or what I was attempting to do with them, I just remember that it was a lot've fun and very educational. Sent From
Blake Raymond
Mar 25
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49162

Re: More on Graphic Sonar Array

Blake ... What did you do? What were the results? Chuck ... The difference may be that the textbooks only consider the simple case of a continuous wave. As far
Peter Balch
Mar 25
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49161

Top Level Programming by Data Flow Picture

Kevin, Peter, Tony Thank you all for your responses! I had intended to start a new subject line in my previous post, but brain fog got in the way. So this
Dick Curtiss
Mar 24
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49160

Re: More on Graphic Sonar Array

I had tried experimenting with phased arrays, it turned out to be very helpful. Sent From Blake's 1st Linux Laptop
Blake Raymond
Mar 24
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49159

Re: More on Graphic Sonar Array

Thanks for the links. They would make quite advanced projects, out of my reach. I'm basically using multiple voting to choose a best route. The sonar would
KM6VV
Mar 24
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49158

Re: More on Graphic Sonar Array

I've been looking for more recent pictures of the sonar head. It now has a mount for a Hero 3 camera and a internet camera mounted on a tilt-pan mount. And
KM6VV
Mar 24
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49157

Re: More on Graphic Sonar Array

... Probably because the transducers are very different with different power levels and very different costs. The aluminium can 40KHz 'hobby' ones sometimes
David Buckley
Mar 24
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