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A spectrogram in your pocket: )s) SpectrogramOne is an Android app that performs a spectrogram analysis on live sounds from the device microphone. It works on Android 1.6 and above.

It uses an implementation of the FFT from math.nist.gov/scimark2. It runs at 20 cycles per second. It samples voltages at 48,000 samples per second. It uses an array of 512 voltage samples for the FFT.

This is the first version of the app and if there is sufficient interest, I am planning to add functions to allow the user to set these parameters.

More info here

Serge
8 years ago
This app measures the arithmetic and graphics performance of Android devices in order to develop a rank-order chart. It also includes a spectrogram to analyze live sounds.

Give it a try and send me, the developer, your benchmark results. The app has an email function. The next version of the app will have an improved chart that includes your device data as anonymous averages for each model.

The app is )s) Benchmark One, by Simplecode.com, US $1.05

http://goo.gl/CXmDJ

Regards
8 years ago
Any phone models meet these requirements?

- MIDP2

- and raw TCP/IP socket connections

- and midlets that are at least 100 KB in size

- and offered by a carrier (telco) that allows raw TCP/IP socket connections (any telco, not only US telcos) - I know that Orange in Europe did support raw TCP/IP socket connections in 2004.

- and preferably a qwerty keypad

Thanks
serge masse
https://leafy.dev.java.net/
13 years ago
Hi dudes and dudettes,

We are making a commercial application that must be used by some users via the web and by other users on a desktop pc without web access. What is or is there a Java-based technology today that will allow us to develop the GUI with the same codebase (and not develop the GUI twice)?

I know that there weren't any such technologies two years ago that was mature enough for a commercial product when we did earlier versions, but maybe there is one now.

I know about J2EE, Swing, JNLP, xml, xul, SwingML, SwixML, Macromedia, and others, but I don't really know the current state of the art in 2005.

Thanks.

May your horse always shit downwind,
14 years ago
Thanks David,
It looks like this is what I was looking for.

Javaranch lives up to its reputation once again.
Hi dudes and dudettes,
We have an application using Hibernate with Oracle but now we want to run some tests without the database being present and having the queries returning hardcoded values. What is the easiest way to do this with Hibernate?

thanks,
may your horse always shit downwind,
serge
Jean-Louis,
yes it looks like I'm the one you know.
Thanks for the good wishes.
Merry Xmas and a happy new year to you and your close ones.
14 years ago

Originally posted by Jean-Louis Marechaux:
The better way to obtain an official response here would be to contact IBM Tech Support.



Thanks Jean-Louis, I would much prefer to obtain information from a few good sources than just trust IBM Tech Support on this thorny issue.

If you work in Montreal, check my profile on javaranch, this may help you answer your question.

14 years ago
As you probably know, J2SE 5.0 fixes multiple issues with the Java Memory Model (ex. JSR 133 : Java Language Changes in 5.0). Many of these issues took 3 years to fix and were causing defects in multithreaded applications.

My question is: Does IBM guarantee that these issues have been fixed or worked around in WAS 5.x?

In other words, did IBM build WAS 5.x so that these Memory Model issues do not cause defects in applications using WAS 5.x, which uses J2SE 1.3 and J2EE 1.3?

thanks,
14 years ago
Do you know if the memory model problems that were corrected in the new Java language specifications used for J2SE 5.0 were also corrected by IBM in the JVMn of WAS, in older versions of WAS, such as 5.x, or if these memory model defects are also present in these IBM JVMs?

thanks,
[ December 03, 2004: Message edited by: serge masse ]
14 years ago
Kyle,
Do you know if the memory model problems that were corrected in the new Java language specifications used for J2SE 5.0 had previously been corrected by IBM in the JVM in these older versions of WAS (5.x) or if these memory model defects are also present in these IBM JVMs?

thanks,
14 years ago
Hi dudes and dudettes,

what is your recommended JVM for the upcoming HP h6315 phone?

thanks,
15 years ago
Please note that the MIDP 2 spec does not require that the device supports socket connections. The spec only recommends that the device supports them. Therefore, in mid-2004, most MIDP2-compliant phones do not support sockets and furthermore, even if you purchase a device that has a version of a MIDP2 runtime that supports sockets (such as the Treo 600 with your installation of IBM MIDP2 JVM), it is likely that the carrier does not support TCP sockets, as most don't today.

We must raise flags in order to change the situation. Lets do it at JavaOne at the end of June.

See you at JavaOne
serge masse - BOF-1019 - Wednesday June 30, 7:30 PM
15 years ago
I use Eclipse and Sun's WTK.
serge - see you at JavaOne - BOF-1019
15 years ago