noisy mode

noisy mode

[′nȯiz·ē ‚mōd]
(computer science)
A floating-point arithmetic procedure associated with normalization in which “1” bits, rather than “0” bits, are introduced in the low-order bit position during the left shift.
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The EMD-based methods can decompose the signal into a series of IMFs which contain the noisy modes and information modes.