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Member Since: January 18, 2013

Country: United States

  • My partial Arduino solution + a python script can be found here https://github.com/RobTillaart/HitCounterChallenge.

    A hit results in a substantial larger acceleration (as discussed earlier) so checking the value with the previous one should do it. A straightforward python script helped to find the magic threshold between previous and new acceleration (17) used in the code. Running the python script generates:

    MysteryDataSet-1.txt 454

    MysteryDataSet-2.txt 186

    3-77hits.txt 74

    4-81hits.txt 79

    5-93hits.txt 95

    6-79hits.txt 83

    The trainingsets in % are ~ -4, -2, +2 and +5% so on average ~0% . Applying the script on the mystery datasets gave me 454 hits and 186 hits respectively.

    mmmm 454 hits sounds quite impressive, anyway that is what my quick code produced :)

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