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Why was this question migrated to SO?

This question was migrated to SO. I was wondering why, since it's not a particularly good fit for SO: Image of (pseudo?) code: a big no-no. Asking to read paper by a 3rd party and find an error in it:...
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Celebration: using anniversaries to open and publicize DSP topics

We are celebrating in France the 250th anniversary of Joseph Fourier, who is relatively little known as a mathematician. He had many activities, including being a Prefect (Governor), published little ...
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Are work-related questions on-topic?

I'm still at University, but I would really like to know if it is possible to find any work related to DSP where I live (Buenos Aires, Argenitna). I don't think South America is the right place to ...
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Questions on the usefulness or validity of published signal/image processing techniques

The DSP literature increases steadily with more or less useful papers. Sometime, a potential promising ideas get little notice. It could be that the paper (if not obviously wrong) has not reached its ...
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Asking a question on the degree to which a medium is digital or analog

I have run across an interesting article in my internet travels Analog is Not the Opposite of Digital which addresses using the term "analog" for a film camera. I tend to disagree with the article, ...
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Is home automation on-topic here?

I intend to ask a broad and general question about how to detect presence and position of humans in an indoor environment (my home). I want to know (1) weather there is anyone in the house and (2) in ...
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Defining a broader scope of on-topic questions

Given the site being relatively new there are many (and will be eve more) questions like : Are questions on topic X is - on-topic or off-topic? Here are some glimps: Computer Vision questions ...
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Are “How do I do X in Y (programming language)?” off-topic?

I just joined this site and was surprised to see that there is a matlab tag but not an OpenCV tag. I then found that we are already asking if OpenCV questions are off-topic. However, there seems to be ...
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Is neural network related quesitons are on-topic?

There is a question in SO here : https://stackoverflow.com/q/8290543/990673 Isn't this more appropriate here?
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Are OpenCV questions on topic?

It would seem that questions about the use of OpenCV should be on topic, because they are usually questions about computer vision algorithms in disguise. There are plenty of such questions on ...
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Computer Vision questions are on-topic or off-topic?

I know that there Computer Vision themed site in incubator, but it is still far enough from beta. So, is it appropriate to ask CV related questions here (since SP and CV peoples often intersect and ...
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Statistical testing of quantities particular to signal processing

This is in the spirit of Where to draw the line between programming, signal processing, and mathematics?, but I'm wondering if a question on the statistical analysis of a particular calculation would ...
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Should we allow questions that are marginally related to DSP but requires a different expertise to solve? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Are questions on numerical analysis on-topic? I'm referring to this question What approximation techniques exist for the square super-root function? The OP hints that it ...