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send me the algorithm used in artificial passenger device?
algorithm used in brain fingerprinting?

its urgent plz send me at the earliest.

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You mean there's a brain somewhere?
http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread259990.html
http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread259551.html

So have you figured anything out in the past week?

As far as I can tell (which is already perhaps more than you can tell), this field is pretty much at the cutting edge.

Either big businesses are interested, in which case NDA's abound, and the only way you get to know is by being employed to work on that project, or hand over $$$ and sign legal papers.

Or university research departments, who when they do publish will do so in specialist publications.

In short, you're NOT going to get a handy 1-page synopsis or a few lines of code giving you "the answer".

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And most of that university research would be funded by those companies or government departments and the results heavily classified and not made publicly available for a combination of national security and economical reasons.

It's not urgent anyway, apparently neither is it to OP or he'd have done more than post a message here and wait for someone to do the work for it.

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algorithm used in brain fingerprinting?

its urgent plz send me at the earliest.

Edited by happygeek: fixed formatting

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it's simple:
1) determine how much of a homework kiddo the person is (in your case, that's 100%)
2) deduct that percentage from 100 to give the maximum IQ of the person (in your case, 0).

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You missed the obvious option, jwenting. Open the skull, put black ink over the cortex, stamp it on a sheet of paper. Voila, brain fingerprinting.

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You missed the obvious option, jwenting. Open the skull, put black ink over the cortex, stamp it on a sheet of paper. Voila, brain fingerprinting.

That wouldn't be brain fingerprinting that would be brain cortexprinting. You got to get a finger in there somewhere. :)

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Thread closed.

If OP or people with similar application need are looking for help they better come with some solid work and ask more then general questions.

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