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Roger works as a senior software consultant employed at a medium sized consulting company called Purple Scout. Roger has been developing solutions for windows environment for more than a decade using MFC. Much of it has had the focus on COM and serial communication.
When he's not building applications for windows environment, he finds himself working with embedded systems and real-time operating systems.
Roger has also had a part time job as lecturer at Malmö University in object oriented programming with C++.

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NewsLadies and Gentlemen: this board is now open.... Pin
Roger Stoltz27-Aug-08 4:20
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GeneralRe: Ladies and Gentlemen: this board is now open.... Pin
Rajesh R Subramanian16-Sep-08 2:07
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Roger Stoltz16-Sep-08 2:18
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SandipG 5-Nov-08 7:23
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Roger Stoltz5-Nov-08 21:50
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GeneralAnother hello Pin
Ahmed Charfeddine19-Nov-08 23:37
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Roger Stoltz19-Nov-08 23:44
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GeneralQuestion on automatic behavioural analysis and understanding.. Pin
Ahmed Charfeddine28-Nov-08 4:38
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Roger Stoltz28-Nov-08 5:09
MemberRoger Stoltz28-Nov-08 5:09 
Hmmm, I haven't encountered such system yet that works the way you're describing.
As I understand it it could be a revolutionary technique in a help system in order to aid the user. In some way it is comparable with the help in the Office suite when it says "it looks like you're writing a letter, can I help you with that", but you seem to go beyond that.

I think the technique is mostly about probabilities and having a system that "learns" the behaviour of the user.
If I were you I would check out the concepts of "fuzzy logic" and "neural networks". I haven't encountered those techniques yet so I don't know anything about it in detail, but as I understand it they are commonly used when building systems that "learns".
Just google for it. You may even find something about it here at CodeProject as well.

Good luck!Rose | [Rose]


By the way...
Please do not post questions like this to anyone personally for a couple of obvious reasons:
  • You'll get a lot more "brain-mass" if you post in one of the forums. The probability that someone has done what you're up against is larger and consequently so are the chances of getting help.
  • The person you post your question to may not have the time to answer your question and you won't know if that person actually has read your post and ignored it, if he's read it but doesn't know the answer or if he simply doesn't have the time.
  • It's quite easy to feel pressured when asked for help personally and that pressure can make a person feel harassed.



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