noisy channel

noisy channel

[′nȯiz·ē ′chan·əl]
(communications)
In information theory, a communications channel in which the effects of random influences cannot be dismissed.
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The basis for Hannigan's accusations is found in his assertion that "Isis has embraced the web as a noisy channel in which to promote itself, intimidate people, and radicalise new recruits.
G3-PLC is a smart-grid communication protocol with features that help ensure efficient use of frequency spectrum and high immunity to noisy channel conditions.
Facebook's popularity means that people now acknowledge more birthdays than before, Doyal says, adding that younger buyers are most likely to buy digital or paper birthday cards online, as they seek a less noisy channel of expression than writing on someone's Face-book wall.
Even at the sentence level of language, there is a potential loss of information over a noisy channel," said Edward Gibson, a professor in MIT's Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences (BCS) and Department of Linguistics and Philosophy.
The digital transmission of image over a noisy channel can be improved by selecting the best antenna.
In order to specify sliding window protocol through weakest precondition logic, firstly we have modeled a noisy channel via this logic.
The second result is the Channel Coding Theorem, which determines the maximum amount of information that can be sent through a noisy channel.
The signal may be of studio quality or may have been transmitted over a telephone or other noisy channel (that is, corrupted by additive noise and nonlinear distortions), or can contain speech over music or pure music segments.
It's now known that you can send quantum information reliably through a noisy channel," says Charles H.
He writes about this and related topics in his blog, The Noisy Channel.
The efficient, robust and fully standard-compliant motion processing algorithm enhances the viewing experience at the decoder by generating additional frames in case of frame skipping and dropout due to inefficient bandwidth or noisy channel," said Truong Nguyen, Ph.
An MPEG-2 or other temporally-compressed video stream is considered by most audiences to be visually unacceptable in noisy channel conditions.