The Mapping of Human Emotions at every given 'Moment'
b.a.bayliss at open.ac.uk
Fri Oct 11 07:55:02 EST 1996
Murad Heerjee wrote:
> I have a formula/drawing/simple computer program mapping human emotions
a simple program to map a very complex situation.
and how have you defined emotion???
what parameters are you planning to measure????
> at every given moment, and am looking for a large organization that
what time frame do you require, millisecond range, seconds, minutes??
will help determine which techniques you can use)
> might be interested in testing, producing and financing a machine that
> would be able to produce these results.
and what monetary gain is in it for them?????
it may be that no new machinary is needed, depending on how you plan to
measure the variables you need.
> The theory uses genetics, mathematics and environment, it's something
> I have worked on for many years and feel very confident it will work.
ok. why don't you try and join a research team in this area, or maybe
try and publish your work?????
> I would need to have a confidentiality agreement signed by anyone
> who is interested in working with me on this project, and would
> have to be actively involved in every stage of testing.
where do you see the monetary gain from all this. are you sure that
noone else hasn't already come up with your idea?????
> This may involve being able to work out of New York, where I reside.
> Video conferencing/remote access could also be a possibility.
> If you are interested email me at Murad.Heerjee at internetMCI.COM
> and I would be happy to tell you more about it.
> Thank you
> Murad Heerjee
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