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We have developed this revolutionary tech - now starts the hard work!

04/10/2008 12:24 AM

We wished submit our case to the science and wisdow of the net:

We are a small (talented;-) software company who has developed this remarkable software technology; namely a new and improve way to do spectral transform.

The algorithm is faster, more versatile and its output is both more stable and precise than know algorithms.

Major points :

1) It runs in O(n)

2) It can compute any DFT or DTFT as a limit case (yes in O(n), yes that means it can compute true DFT and DTFT in real-time)

3) It can be computed to the nth degree with improve precision for each degree (CPU time against time precision...)

4) It can be adapted in many ways to the data to transform

So here we have developed this key technology that addresses critical things like speech recognition, audio & video compression, ... you know, billion dollar type of things.

It is researched, tested, developed, proven, packed and ready. Are we rich ? Not yet ! Now, ... the hard work starts.

Our little (talented;-) team of engeneer shall now rise, unfold their penguin suits (u know, we r geeks, those things look odd to us) , and walk the icy ways of internationnal business. The Capital's punishment I suppose. Maybe someday a traveller of those ways will discover our algorithm in the legacy of our small company dead and rotten body. Or maybe we will be rich before this time, like it sometimes happens for artists.

We will see. I'm a wise person, happy to know the future will be revealed to me in proper time.

Meanwhile, would anyone have some advise or suggestion for us ?

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Re: We have developed this revolutionary tech - now starts the hard work!

04/10/2008 3:25 AM

Welcome - It sound promising.

Suggestion 1 - please register on CR4.

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Re: We have developed this revolutionary tech - now starts the hard work!

04/10/2008 3:57 AM

I am new to this site so if you wish to contact or reply send to titles2do@aol.com.

1. cover your ass and have a way of protecting your work

2. No matter what do not trust the smooth talking man in the dark suit. He lies.

3. No matter what trust your gut.

4 when someone/entity treats you as though your work is unimportant and they are doing you a favor by getting you some measly return.... this is Bull Shit, again trust your gut.

5 for every dollar one offers with conditions there are lots more around the corner means that you got the goods dont accept or sign or trust anyone or thing that you believe should not be trusted.

6 Sign nothing absolutely nothing with out time to go over it and then talk amongst yourselves and your attorney then take time to think again and then sign on the dotted line

7. Protect your creativity make sure no one takes from you what you created for what you do not wanted used for.

8 If it don't feel right it aint

finally meditate and pray and ask for a sign that you did or will do the right thing

God Bless and good luck

Tony

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Re: We have developed this revolutionary tech - now starts the hard work!

04/10/2008 10:48 PM

Some ideas:

Once you register and follow all the paranoia good sense, talk to your lawyer and all...

Develop a security for your software, USB key, encryption...

Find target markets that would benefit from your algo, medical, military...

Make a dll or toolkit for broadly used software packages like LabView, Mathlab or embed it in a PC104/VXI board/FPGA.

Get it used and validated, by independent bodies.

Get accepted as a LabView/Mathlab developer.

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Re: We have developed this revolutionary tech - now starts the hard work!

04/11/2008 10:23 AM

If this software and/or concept is patentable, by all means do so.


Sounds like a major breakthrough.

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Re: We have developed this revolutionary tech - now starts the hard work!

04/11/2008 1:01 PM

Txs all for you comments.

> Hendrik says

> Suggestion 1 - please register on CR4.

Suggestion taken, done ;-)

It sounds from the general opinion that the very first thing we should do is patent the technology.

We haven't gone that way because we are not confident at all in filing a patent. We know it is not an easy process. Then how would we be sure we make the right claims in the right way. So that someone doesn't come just right afterward, change a comma or two from the algorithm and file a 'improved' patent that would render ours useless ?

Plus of course it take quite some money to make it properly.

I guess what we are looking for would be a business partner that can recognize the merits of the technology and protect/market/develop it.

We are very happy doing alogrithms, some are happy doing business, that's all very well. The hard work is to find the person/company and get the message across.

What you guys think about the patent, someone as experience with this ? What about finding business partners, anyone has some experience that way ?

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Re: We have developed this revolutionary tech - now starts the hard work!

04/11/2008 1:54 PM

patenting something like this could go against you..........once it is in the public domain, people will try and work around the patent.......

the company i work for does not patent things like algorithms DELIBERTLY.......we keep them as intellectual property.....

are you talking about something similar to a fourier transform ?

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Re: We have developed this revolutionary tech - now starts the hard work!

04/12/2008 3:09 AM

>patenting something like this could go against you..........once it is in the public

>domain, people will try and work around the patent.......

Yes, it sounds a bit scary, and we have no experience which means we will have to trust someone at some point. Easy to get wrong.

> are you talking about something similar to a fourier transform ?

Yes it is, only better. The algo can do Fourier transform and Discreet time FT (also called short term FT) as limit case. Etc ... see first post.

For those interested have a look at http://www.4shared.com/file/43839934/11328d70/xAudio-DST_FFT.html

(click download original size) The spectrums compare our aglo (red) against FFT (blue). You can see the precision of our algorithm compare to Fourier transform for low power signals. Comment welcome of course!

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