...the laptop only implements the algorithm.
Do not worry. It appears the satellites are only used to fix the coordinates of the cameras. All you need do is pinch off the parts of your journey which pass the cameras.
I'm usually quite prescriptive normally so I'm grateful that you brought it to my attention and am thankful that you pointed it out to me. Suffice to say, I ain't gonna write so uncarelessly again, and I don't think I need say any more.
They don't have to know what route was taken. All they need to know is the fastest time you can possibly make the journey between points A and B without exceeding the speed limit, irregardless of routes. Sure, if somebody takes a few detours at twice the speed limit the system might not catch them.
They don't have to have a solid number for your velocity. All they need is to show is that it was not possible to make the journey you made in the time you did without speeding. For the system to work as an effective deterrent it would make sense that the cameras are at regular intervals. Otherwise a driver might get away with doing 100mph for a period after being stuck behind a tractor for some of the journey. I expect to see apps for sale that will tell you what speed will keep you within the average allowed on your route.
I thought FreeMSD and the other MSD variants were more popular out that way.
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It has been a long time coming but this is proof that Linux has matured as an OS. Let me be the first to declare that 2010 will be the year of Linux on the brain cylinder.
It tells us how quickly one person adapts to a sample new input systems. It's a data point, and he even described the methodology allowing others to repeat, so yeah, I think it counts as barely scientific.
I think the implied missing word is 'yet'.
They intend to submit it, and are making it very clear that they will stand up to Apple if, when they *do* submit it, it gets rejected. It's a shot across the bows.
Surely there's some raptor DNA available; what could possibly go wrong?
Successful and fortunate crime is called virtue. - Seneca