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2023: a year in moderation

It’s that time of the year again! As we wave goodbye to last year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the preceding calendar year. As most of you here might be ...
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Two tags for controls. Why not merge them?

At the moment, Signal Processing SE has the tags control-systems and control. Why not merge them? Related Where do PID loop + other control systems questions go?
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Ya know what's really nasty?

One of the reasons that we close questions here is if they are just about programming issues. So on both the Software Engineering Stack Exchange and on Stack Overflow, I ask a programming question (...
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How does this question need to be edited to be re-opened?

I edited this question, and my edit was accepted, but it wasn't re-opened. I must misunderstand the process, because I thought that it would be re-opened. Is there still something wrong with the ...
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Reference answers to frequently asked questions

Why am I here? If you were sent here, somebody thought that you posted your question too early, that is you don't know facts and/or techniques one would learn in undergraduate courses. This is not ...
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Will a reading list be useful for newcomers?

The computer-science.SE did it, and I suggested it on cryptography.SE (and helped with a few entries) I've no DSP background, but participating on SE taught me one thing: the longer a site existed, ...
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URL with tilde in it not correctly working in body of answer

This question has an inlined link that fails to go to the right page. The same (to my eyes) link in the comments goes to the right PDF. When I paste both URLs into a text editor, the problem becomes ...
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The name of the tag [white] should be changed to [white noise]

Hay, I'm not quite to 20,000 and so I cannot edit tags independently yet. Can someone with more rep than I have or a moderator, can someone change the tag white to be ...
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Hay was Royi exonerated in that last little kerfuffel?

So Royi was identified by the powers that be (and their bots) to be sock-puppeting with two or three other accounts. I see that this discussion (started by Overlord) was removed. I would like the ...
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Hay how do you do a box around an equation in $\LaTeX$?

I just don't know how to do it. I have seen it in other posts, but I can't find them.
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What is the difference between [image] and [image-processing]?

We have a tag image and a tag image-processing. Their descriptions are quite similar: This tag covers signal processing where input is an image, such as a photograph or video frame and the output ...
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Bring back RBJ's comment

Deleted from here. Can it be brought back, and given protected status? Do it and I won't cuss for 365 days. Non-contiguous days, but still.
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How to deal with technical and factual disputes?

So, even though normally all pure mathematical issues should be able to be settled objectively with careful, strict mathematical treatment. This is what proofs are about. But it's not always the case ...
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Middle Sidebar Advertising

As you all know, advertising is an important source of revenue for Stack Overflow and it helps us support all the sites across the Stack Exchange Network and the resources that go into maintaining and ...
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Change MathJax Help Link for SE.SP

Let's change the MathJax help link for the SE.SP site to something more directly relevant for our users.
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I lose 150 points. Can the system return it back to me?

I am sorry that I may ask a question in the wrong place. But I do not know where to ask my question. Recently, I set a bounty of 150 points to my question A problem about SQNR, PCM, DPCM, and DM. ...
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Fairer science platform

Background I made a Q&A which resulted in a conflict that could be avoided. It was discussed on this Meta. This thread attempts to inform of potential causes of such conflict in hopes of ...
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Did the 5-minute "grace period" for editing questions or answers recently change or get removed?

Please refer to this. I made 3 little edits in a three-minute period (timestamps 19:29:41Z, 19:30:48Z, 19:32:08Z). In the olden days, this would be aggregated into one edit for the record. Now it ...
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Intellectual apathy, discrimination

I can't describe how petty it is to delete a post over strongly worded condemnation. The damage dealt to students by garbage explanations far, far outweighs the hurt feelings from an insult. The real ...
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Clear Guidance on Making Posts on DSP.Stackexchange

I just informed a new user (politely enough I hope) in the comments under the posted question that we typically don't review software implementations (assuming that is actually the case; I hope I am ...
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2022: a year in moderation

As we say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the preceding calendar year. As most of you here are aware, sites on the Stack Exchange ...
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Should ChatGPT answers be labeled?

First ChatGPT answer (AFAICT) was posted yesterday, and I didn't notice. There's debate, and while I'm inclined to favor a ban, I won't argue. Main problem to my mind is that ChatGPT is good at ...
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Deleted as Not An Answer?

Some apparatchiks (IMO) over on SO saw this question and Rick's answer to it and were complaining to each other about that it'd never be allowed on SO (my ...
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ChatGPT Answers

I've been experimenting with ChatGPT and wondered if it could answer this question on main. So I pasted the whole question text into the ChatGPT interface: In MATLAB, I have generated an FIR low pass ...
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MathJax going wrong on Chrome

This question has the following raw title: A problem on $\mathcal{Z}-$transforms and signal stability but it renders like this on Chrome: and like this on Safari: ...
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Being civil: What does it mean for DSP.SE?

Recently, a relatively new member asked a thought-provoking question on DSP.SE. I thought it was a good, if challenging question to ask. Because it was challenging, the OP was challenged. And, to my ...
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Questions Answered by Editing the Question

I'm wondering if there is a community accepted approach to dealing with questions that get answered by editing the question. (This is different than just answering one's own question.) As an example ...
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When is the optimal time to ask a question, or put a bounty on a question?

Perhaps a dumb question, but I'm wondering if there is a better time of the week (or even day) to post a question, or put a bounty on a question to make sure it gets the most traffic. I assume ...
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`stft` tag edit proposal

To briefly comment on RBJ's The Short-Time Fourier Transform (STFT) is an analysis tool that repeatedly applies the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT or FFT) to short snippets of a longer signal, while ...
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i still have trouble accepting this

i just don't get why my rep should suffer because SE removes some user that, evidently, liked a few of my posts.
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New bioacoustics SE site may be of interest to you

The Bioacoustics Stack Exchange has reached the Beta stage and is LIVE! It is also in a critical stage, and we need your help to keep it alive. It is related to Signal Processing in many ways, but ...
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How to handle mismatch between a quantum phase noise question and the current answer? "...because this is a DSP group, and 'quantum' is about physics"

Why can't quantum phase noise in radio astronomy amplifiers just be filtered out after down conversion, instead of down-converting first? asks (somewhat naively1 perhaps) about quantum phase noise....
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Reverting mistaken votes

I voted to reject an edit by mistake in this question: https://dsp.stackexchange.com/a/25977/11256. Is there a way to correct this?
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2021: a year in moderation

As we say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the preceding calendar year. As most of you here are aware, sites on the Stack Exchange ...
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Any questions for the Stack Exchange VP of Community?

Jojek, Datageist, and I have been asked if we want to meet with the Stack Exchange VP of Community, Philippe. Does anyone have any questions for Philippe?
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Hay, sorry if it looks like I was taking over the site

I was just updating references to the Audio EQ Cookbook to the W3 page, which, I think, is the final resting place for it.
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Can this question be re-opened?

I edited this question, but I'm not sure what the process is to get it re-opened. Any suggestions?
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Can we get code highlighting turned on, please?

This has been asked before, but our site is currently not on the list of sites where it's enabled. The suggestion on that last link is: If a topic isn't primarily focused on programming but could ...
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How did we deal with correction promoting sound yet non-standard spelling?

In the post originally termed: "What is the difference between a causal system and a memory system?", someone corrected the term "memory system" to "memoryful", as ...
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Is this question appropriate for this group?

https://ham.stackexchange.com/questions/19966/interpreting-gps-signals-from-auxiliary-3-5mm I asked this question in the ham radio stack, and they suggested seeing if maybe this group finds it ...
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Ten Year anniversary blog post

I am preparing to share a blog blurb for the upcoming blog post next week with our Marketing team. We're going to follow the template from last quarter's celebratory post. You can see the format here. ...
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LaTeX/MathJax Quick Guide

Tutorials too long. Quick guide?
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Ten year anniversary

This year will mark 10 years of the SP.SE site being active. The mods have received some communication from SE that they'd like to celebrate this. So I have some questions for the community: Do we ...
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Whose idea was it to create this short-time ft tag?

why was that tag created? why not just leave it as stft? https://dsp.stackexchange.com/tags/short-time-ft/synonyms
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2020: a year in moderation

As we say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the past 12 months. As most of you here are aware, sites on the Stack Exchange network ...
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Forums for Discussing 3D Reconstruction from Images

While this and other StackExchange sites are extremely useful, as I understand it, they're for specific questions & answers, not discussions. Some of my questions aren't really well enough ...
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Am I asking too many questions?

I'm currently studying wavelets and have noticed there aren't many existing references for the questions I'm asking. Is it okay that I'm submitting multiple questions before getting answers? I don't ...
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Should we limit Community's bumps?

A 4 year-old thread expressed this sentiment; are we still on-board? A user under my Meta.SE post suggested we can ask for this by tagging support (also ...
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post-processing chat room is frozen, related items in other sites or info potentially of interest to community or mods unpostable; a good thing?

I went to post a DSP related question in Astronomy SE Why does the background noise in this image of 2020 QG look like corduroy? and could not even see the earlier existence of the chat room, no ...
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CPU Overload on DSP.SE

Lately, my browser has been causing my CPU (quad core, all of them) to go nearly 100% when opening pages on this site. Granted I have an older computer, but still. Other sites to this as well, with ...
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