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cleartune - note input: choose the dominate frequency from...

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2/23/10 1 Cleartune design example Cleartune • Functionality: – produce a selected tone (pitch pipe) – recognize tone as note (tuner) Cleartune conceptual • Functionality: – produce a selected tone (pitch pipe) – recognize tone as note (tuner) • Objects – cleartune – pitch pipe – tuner – note Cleartune conceptual • Attributes – note • pitch (the frequency) • volume • Relationships – clear tune is a pitch pipe or a tuner • Roles – pitch pipe produces note – tuner measures pitch (frequency)
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2/23/10 2 Cleartune (semantic) • actions on objects – cleartune • turn on – pitch pipe • activate (side effect tuner is deactivated) • produce pitch – tuner • activate (side effect pitch pipe is deactivated) • measure pitch of sound Cleartune (semantic) • actions on objects (cont.)
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Unformatted text preview: note input: choose the dominate frequency from detected sounds feedback: value of the note is displayed output: the currently set frequency and volume feedback: audible Cleartune (semantic) actions on attributes pitch: reset (implies default setting) feedback: visual volume: reset feedback: audible actions on relationships clear tune is a pitch pipe or a tuner toggle (relation or a is modal) feedback: visual feedback to indicate the current mode Cleartune (errors) actions on attributes pitch: reset value out of range engineer out using bounded linear selection volume: same as reset pitch actions on relationships or a relation broken (set to some other mode) toggle enforces or a...
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