Re: human versus spectral resolution ("Richard F. Lyon" )

Subject: Re: human versus spectral resolution
From:    "Richard F. Lyon"  <DickLyon@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Wed, 2 Apr 2008 21:02:09 -0700

At 9:24 PM -0400 4/2/08, Erik Larsen wrote: >if you don't set constraints on digital analysis, it can always >outperform a human on any task (assuming you can come up with a >smart enough algorithm). And a human shouldn't be able to do better >than theory predicts - unless the theory is wrong... But the theory is often wrong, so it's a useful question to ask. Dick

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