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I couldnt let you get away without awarding you any points.  you were an immense help!!!  thanks again!!!!! :)
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thanks again scrapdog.
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Hey, how is your project coming along?
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its good!  so far I have constructed some of my own noises using mathematical algorithms, and I've learned alot about what makes tones and chords and noises in general.  also, I made a program that plays a tone every time you hit a key according to its ascii code.  thats one of my favorites, its interesting to see the songs different words make...

I've done some work with neural networks, and I'm hoping to use sounds and noises to express output along with the numbers or visual output.  I am a very sound oriented person and it helps me to hear the data come out.  I made a class wavemaker that lets me construct sounds out of raw data fed into it, so really the possibilities are endless as to what I can use it for.  thats the thing I love about c++, the ability to make your own basic tools that can be used in any program.  thanks again for your help!  I use that hex editor all the time too!

got any projects youre working on right now?
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Too many to keep track of :)

I would love to learn more about neural networks, do you know where I could start?  Do you know of a web site off the top of your head?  (I have background in psychology, if that helps)
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yeah there is a great book, "naturally intelligent systems", I dont remember off the top of my head who its by.  I also have a "neural networks and c++" book but it is not nearly as clear and precise as the first book.  theres also a web site "neural networks: gateway to the world" but I dont know the address offhand either.  I'm sure a search engine would tell you.  but really, if you want to learn about them, go for "naturally intelligent systems"  its a great book, makes the principles real easy to understand.
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domo arigato
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