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noisy data

(1) Corrupted electronic signals. See noise.

(2) Data that have been input erroneously or corrupted in some processing step.

(3) Unstructured data that cannot be interpreted by machines. See noisy text.
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In this paper we focus on obtaining an accurate fitting of a given set of noisy data points by using a rational Bezier curve.
The difficulties in the conventional process of first arrival picking, especially for noisy data, are related to numerous effects, such as human operator experience, sensitivity and capacity of the operator's eyes, scale of the imaging and data amplitude, sensitivity of the picking cursor axes, and SNR.
Observing the aforementioned problems with PSS and scrutinizing the issues with recorded load data authors got motivation to solve the problem of accurate LF for noisy data of indigenous power sector.
First we consider the given noisy data h(n, 0) (n [member of] [Z.
The underlying problem presented in smartphone design is collocation: noisy data lines, for camera, display, and connectivity, packaged so closely together creates an environment for EMI and crosstalk, which can degrade the performance preventing the smartphone from achieving and maintaining connectivity while the camera or display are energized.
Additionally, physicists needed to be able to test whether any patterns they detected were the result of collisions or just random patterns in the noisy data.
The much smaller frame-dragging effect from the Earth's rotation, though, remained hidden in the noisy data.
Similarly we have identified missing and noisy data.
The device takes an incoming noisy data signal and restores its quality by reducing the build-up of phase noise and also any amplitude noise at the same time.
2 shows the exact and approximate solutions (on top c(x), on bottom D(x)) for the above test functions with noisy data.
The regenerator takes an incoming noisy data signal and restores its quality by reducing the build-up of phase noise and any amplitude noise.