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“R&S has the best signal-noise ratio, if you've got the decryption key.”
“The Hockey Team all start with “signal-noise” concepts, which are not what stock market pickers think about.”
“He seems to think PC analysis is a signal-noise decomposition, and false trends should all average out.”
“Leith 1973, 1975 discussed the problem of signal-noise ratio in the predictability of climate and showed that the magnitude of the noise was related to persistence in the atmosphere…”
“For example, if you do principal components or biased Mannian principal components or merely take an average, you recover the signal from medium-sized networks with signal-noise variance ratios down to 0.2.”
“This presents a problem for “signal-noise” models if your job is to detect a signal from 22 nearly orthogonal.”
“In order to define his model, Juckes has to make a testable hypothesis about the signal-noise properties of this network – rising above the tautology of Juckes process .”
“Semakin banyak noise yang masuk, semakin banyak pula informasi baru yang diinginkan demi mencapai rasio signal-noise yang lebih acceptable.”
“The optimised signal-noise ratio reduces the need for digital post-processing, and results in high-contrast, high-resolution exposures with natural colour rendition from corner to corner.”
“I wonder what the signal-noise ratios are for comments at the different sites.”
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