Can anyone make an app based on the Montreal Cognitive Assessment tool?
It's a questionnaire commonly used by psychiatrists to test memory function for people with .e.g Alzheimers.
I would like to develop a Questionnaire Dialog that I can use on top of an Activity. What it should do is Pop up the first question with possible answers (Yes/No/Don't Know) or (Port 1, Port 2, Port 3, etc) or (A, B, C, D) and based on the answer should pop up a second question with some answers related to question 1, and so on...
I need an android survey/questionnaire-app:
* that is free to download and free to use (or at least cheap, 0-10$ in total)
* that can be edited and accessed offline
* where my customers/clients can answer the survey when the device running the app is offline (e.g.
The health-check tool monitors processes in various ways to help identify areas where it is consuming too many resources. One can trace one or more processes (including all their threads and child processes too) for a full story of system activity.
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I'm using the command "top" to see how much memory the system is using (ram). Now, when I go to the desktop and run the system monitor tool that comes by default with the OS, it shows lot less memory usage then "top".
Top shows I'm using 1.7GB memory while the system monitor tool shows I'm using 560MB...
I would like to use ptrace in order to attach my tool to a Linux process, read and write to the heap memory of this process and again detach my tool.
Actually, it's not working although there is no error. I can not see any modifications in the heap memory of the process after I run the tool. Anyway, I'm quite not sure if that is possible in general.