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Author Topic: Latest Machine Learning techniques applied to Morse decoding  (Read 1813 times)
KE6EE
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« Reply #15 on: November 22, 2017, 07:14:53 AM »

But obviously not so slow that you are counting dits and dahs or making some mental conversion from an image of Morse rather than hearing the overall sound of the letter, i.e. not below 16WPM...
Whatever you do, of course, not stressing yourself is KEY ;-)

Sure thing.

Nothing could be more relaxing while trying to learn something than to constantly trying to calibrate exactly what your "brain" is doing.

Am I committing the felony of counting?

What tragedy may befall me if I drop below 15.9 wpm?

As I've said repeatedly thinking about what you are doing is an ideal way of defeating any attempt at learning.

A prime reason children learn some things so very quickly is that they haven't yet adopted the absurd notion that
there is a right way and a wrong way to do everything.
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