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Linear predictive coding

Linear predictive coding is a method of voice filtering which breaks up a vocal channel into segments, each no longer than 20 milliseconds. Template matching is then used on the phonetics in the fragments, to work out the instruction.

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MUSH Code: What It Is and Where to Get It
This fairly short introduction to MUSH coding, includes the key facts needed, some excellent references, and a companion article, Coding by Example: +where.



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Top Ten Reasons you are coding on the Wrong Mud
A humourous article, obviously geared for MUDs, but equally applicable to any virtual environment, should you find yourself coding for it, and these things (or their equivalent) start occurring. It may seem silly, but things like this do still occur. Even to so-called commercial worlds.



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A Case for Complexity?
What do players actually want from a world such as a MMORPG? Could it be that we are getting too complex in modern designs, and are turning them off, or is content too linear, too structured round the shared activity to be truly appealing? Decide for your self in this fascinating article.



A relative keyboard, or predictive keyboard is a textual input method whereby 'keystrokes' are detected via machine vision, as movements relative to one another, instead of a discrete, unambiguous sequence of key-presses activating electrical circuits.





A relative keyboard, or predictive keyboard is a textual input method whereby 'keystrokes' are detected via machine vision, as movements relative to one another, instead of a discrete, unambiguous sequence of key-presses activating electrical circuits.





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Don't Tell Me a Story, Mommy
A comparison between worlds without storylines, worlds which offer linear plots, and worlds which allow the players to make up, and run their own plots. Three guesses which comes out worst?



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Show Me the Path
Linear plotlines are no good for interactive environments. Players need choices, they need different paths to follow, and they may even make their own. What are your options? How do you go about creating multiple paths, for the players to follow?



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Coding by Example: +where
This companion article to MUSH Code: looks at implementing a listing function of players / administrators, and where they are.



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Programming for Administrators
A watered down intro to developing virtual world coding, designed for those whose calling it is to manage and to organise, not to create themselves.



 

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(09/03/2005)
Digital broadcasting has now become mainstream entertainment in UK households, a broadcasting conference has been told.

About 14 million households - 60% of the total - have digital TV, according to the UK regulator Ofcom.


(05/02/2017)
Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have set a new record in the transfer of information via superdense coding, a process by which the properties of particles like photons, protons and electrons are use...


(24/06/2009)
Inspired by the behavior of the human eye, Boston College computer scientists have developed a technique that lets computers see objects as fleeting as a butterfly or tropical fish with nearly double the accuracy and 10 times the speed of e...


(14/08/2012)
When conflict breaks out in social groups, individuals make strategic decisions about how to behave based on their understanding of alliances and feuds in the group.

But itís been challenging to quantify the underlying trends...


(19/08/2011)
A team led by researchers at Stanford and Harvard universities has developed a new organic semiconductor material that is among the speediest yet in the search for a fast, durable organic semiconductor. The scientists also accelerated the d...