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Quote from: mf2fx on December 02, 2011, 01:04:02 PMis there someone can help me [HERE] ? Up...I think Your asking wrong questions?Guessing software of hardware does not exist, as computers do not do mistakes, they are precise and work with data, You have to feed data to get data. The closest thing to guessing number of people in certain area is to have piece of software generating random (pseudo-random to be precise) numbers, so it can be anything from 0 to whatever is the largest number in computing. But that is not really useful, don't You think so?Something more usefull would be to have database containing information about population in areas of interest. Then, if something happens computer can reffer to that data and make required calculations.
Oh, I think I know what you mean, mf2fx.Something like, the robot enters the room, and "looks around" for what could possibly be people.The information is then taken from each reading (CO2, Temperature, and/or faces found via face recognition software), and the robot then calculates how many "hits" (possible people) it has detected.The robot then informs someone of the number of possible people in the room, and what parts of the room each possible person is located on the map/floor layouts.
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mf2fx,(Calculate would be a much better word to use than guess )To extend on my last comment, the user/robot knows how many people should be in the building overall, and based on time of day and other factors, calculates the probability of where the people should be located.Depending on how simple you want the formula, you'd want to AT LEAST include the time of day and what day of the week it is, the minimum amount of adults & children that are expected to be in the building at any one given time