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revised How can one classify (match within a certain confidence interval) gestures based on accelerometer readings?
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revised How can one classify (match within a certain confidence interval) gestures based on accelerometer readings?
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comment How can one classify (match within a certain confidence interval) gestures based on accelerometer readings?
@Jim: I'd assume I'd have to record invalid or noisy gestures and add them to an "uncategorized" bucket to strengthen the training samples further. Other than that, I'd love more elaboration on this idea.
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comment How can one classify (match within a certain confidence interval) gestures based on accelerometer readings?
While I do understand the principle of training the neural network (and using the resulting trained network to evaluate and classify on the client-side), how would I fit an indetereminately long sample into a fixed-size vector (gestures can be of varying speed and length)? From what I understand, I'd need to squash or stretch the data to fit the input vector?
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revised How can one classify (match within a certain confidence interval) gestures based on accelerometer readings?
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accepted Determining the result of Boolean shape operations on closed Bézier shapes
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comment Determining the result of Boolean shape operations on closed Bézier shapes
I meant rasterizing in my question above to mean rendering the actual shapes onto a bitmap buffer to map pixels as the inside/outside of a given shape. As for the intersections, the link above states that a simplification is to use line segment approximations to find the approximate t and split the Bezier using De Castelau's algorithm; I'm just looking for something that can be applied in a reasonable run time.
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revised Determining the result of Boolean shape operations on closed Bézier shapes
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asked Determining the result of Boolean shape operations on closed Bézier shapes