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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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Are questions on numerical analysis on-topic?

Can we ask questions on numerical analysis here? Prompted by the question: Approximation techniques for the square super-root function? The comments on the question say: Great question, but ...
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What to do with Q&A's like this which are ill composed, inaccurate and contain full of half truths

I am refering to this particular question. I had suggested a link to MFCC on Wikipedia in a comment but to see no improvement. If i put myself in the shoes of an expert, I feel extremely annoyed and ...
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First up: What to call this site

This site is currently titled "Signal Processing" with a URL of "dsp.stackexchange.com". You are the domain experts. Does that ^^^ sound reasonable? The name and URL was chosen because they seemed ...
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Can we have MathJax enabled in Meta?

Some questions on the main site have formulae in titles, and it's difficult to discuss such things in the meta without mutilating the titles. It would be nice to have MathJax enabled on the Meta as ...
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Can we get rid of and lock the [signal] tag?

On a "Signal Processing" site, adding a signal tag to a question actually carries absolutely no information. Worse, even, is that most of the questions tagged with it are of mediocre-to-bad quality¹ (...
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What should happen to DSP questions that have several answers/an accepted answer on SO already?

There are quite a few questions on SO on image processing that are much more about "how do I detect X" rather than "how do I implement this detection algorithm in language Y", for example this ...
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Should there be a separate Image Processing & Computer Vision SE site?

There is a new proposal in Area 51 to start up an Image Processing & Computer Vision site. I had my doubts about it: Will this mean that DSP.SE and Cross Validated SE will lose members to the ...
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Let's get critical: Jun 2013 Site Self-Evaluation

We all love Signal Processing Stack Exchange, but there is a whole world of people out there who need answers to their questions and don't even know that this site exists. When they arrive from Google,...
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Design for Signal Processing Stack Exchange

I'm Stéphane, a senior product designer at Stack Exchange. This community went through the first phase of graduation back in Sep. 2015 and now we're ready to give you the second phase; a unique ...
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(Updated) Design for Signal Processing Stack Exchange

Thank you to everyone who took the time to review and provide feedback on the Signal Processing Site Design. Based on the post’s feedback, we created a second option for the site’s color scheme. We ...
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How can I merge tags?

Not sure whether this is a bug or a reputation level problem, but I noticed that there's a tag "filter" and a tag "filters", which I suggest should be merged to "filters". However, all tag ...
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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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Where to draw the line between programming, signal processing, and mathematics?

I just asked this question: What approximation techniques exist for the square super-root function?, and there's some discussion in the comments (which I think is warranted) as to whether it's too ...
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Let's organize an answer posse!

Allow me to introduce myself. Recently y'all participated in community evaluation, which shows that the quality of your site is consistently high. I personally can't judge your answers (or really ...
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Don't forget about the chat?

During these first few days of the site formation, using the chatroom can be a great resource (since as right now, the site has only been up for a few hours, and some of these discussions may be ...
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Let's get critical: Sep 2013 Site Self-Evaluation

We all love Signal Processing Stack Exchange, but there is a whole world of people out there who need answers to their questions and don't even know that this site exists. When they arrive from Google,...
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We're going to need a distinct look / theme

Almost other successful Stack Exchange web sites have their unique color themes, logos an so on. Some of them have chosen (or simply not considered to do otherwise) to stay with the default one, ...
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Is code syntax highlighting turned on for Signal Processing?

Is code syntax highlighting turned on for Signal Processing? The matlab code I posted in response to What are high frequencies and low frequencies in a signal? did not get syntax highlighted. I ...
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Congratulations! Signal Processing is graduating!

It's a big day. You've been cleared for graduation by the Stack Exchange Community Team! Signal Processing met our threshold for graduation-worthy sites and after a review, the Community Team ...
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Bad results of the last two site self-evaluations: what to do about it?

So... um... if nobody is going to react or write anything, let me. What should we do about this? When I came to this site, most of the questions were well written, interesting, and enticed me to ...
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Name change for DSP.SE?

Based on this question, there are many who feel that a image processing and computer vision should be given higher visibility on this site. The separate proposal for a CV/IP site has not succeeded, ...
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New Site Design Live!

Congratulations! As you can see, the new site design is live. Thank you for your feedback here and here. As you can see, I updated the color scheme to blue/green. I also explored a few alternatives ...
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Let's get the site's answer rate back to over 90%!

For over a year (close to two years actually) this site has been growing, and quite a few members are taking an active part in both asking and answering the questions. As all of you (I'm sure) are ...
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Moderator Pro Tem Announcement

Throughout the beta, we need members from the site whose focus is to engage the community, both in community-building issues and site management. That's why we select a few members from each community ...
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Do hardware benchmarks questions have lasting value?

This is in regards to a recent question: DSP Benchmarks for ARM Cortex-M4 processor, where the OP asks where he can find benchmarks for his hardware. Do they add value to the site? My concerns are: ...
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How should we deal with questions that were answered by comments only

Recently I've come across questions which received some good comments but no answers. From the OPs' comments it was clear that the other comments had solved their problem. So practically each of these ...
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2016 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire

In connection with the moderator elections, we are holding a Q&A thread for the candidates. I asked for questions in an earlier thread but we didn't get any new suggestions. Therefore, we'll just ...
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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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again, i object to the median filter question being closed

i don't get why people close virtually good questions about salient topics to signal processing. an efficient median filter is definitely a salient topic to DSP.
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What are the “intrinsic tags” tags we'd want to block?

Following the question Can we get rid of and lock the [signal] tag? and especially Kevin's answer FYI: This type of bad tag is called an intrinsic tag and there is a feature specifically to ...
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Deletion Rationale Clarification

Yesterday I gave what I believe to be a valuable answer to a posted questions: Get the dominant frequency of motion to correlate with tempo BPM of a song This morning I find that the user has ...
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Pilfering more questions from Stack Overflow

I've been watching tags like signal-processing and image-processing on Stack Overflow, and there are a quite a few questions ...
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Signal processing: a science or a technology on StackExchange?

I have always thought about signal processing as a blended discipline. We already had the debate here, several times,for instance in: What is Signal Processing? Signal Processing or Computer Science ...
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Stack Exchange experimentation sandbox

This is a sandbox post for users to experiment with various Stack Exchange features. This question (and all answers) is a community wiki so that the reputation required to edit is lower. Also, the ...
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Are there remote sensing experts who attend this community?

Regarding this discussion that took place about 1 year ago and considering all the comments, I want to have a similar discussion here since Signal Processing is a community related to remote sensing ...
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what can be done to enjoin “Community” from repeatedly reincarnating dead questions?

i'm 2 points away from becoming whatever you become at 3500. i think there are other tools that open up for me then. i dunno if i care about that or not. but what i am getting tired of seeing are ...
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should we encourage or expect posters to adopt the current common notation, $x[n]$, for discrete-time signals?

one of the things i remember that impressed me about my first exposure to Oppenheim & Schafer was the formal and rigorous use of math. one thing they did early on was to adopt a different ...
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Is there any way to prevent users from deleting answers?

A while ago I wanted to refer to my old answer, but I've realised the question was most probably removed by an OP. That is not a first time I can see user posting a question and removing it from SE ...
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Another little bug in the display of answer scores for accepted answers

Just adding to this related question: In user profiles under Activity => Answers [or Favorites / Bounties] there's a similar problem:
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i also think that this question should not have been migrated away from dsp.se

i would write an answer to this question, but do not want to register for yet another SE site. can someone migrate this question back to DSP.SE? https://softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/questions/...
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Where do PID loop + other control systems questions go?

The areas of signal processing and feedback control systems go hand in hand. Are control system questions within the intended scope of this site? If not, I'm surprised... and where should they go?
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Signal Processing or Computer Science or Statistics?

I have a question about my Signal Processing Stack Exchange post: Obtaining n values from n-1 sensors I'm interested in the Signal Processing aspect, but I see a overlap with the Computer Science and ...
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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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2016 Moderator Election Q&A - Question Collection

The purpose of this thread was to collect questions for the questionnaire. The questionnaire is now live, and you may find it here. In connection with the moderator election, we will be holding a Q&...
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Is this the place for Neuroscience related questions?

Is this the place for Neuroscience related questions? e.g. fMRI preprocessing/analysis methods and such like? I see there's no neuroscience tag yet.
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Number of answers is not visible for questions with an accepted answer in the favorites tab

I was reviewing the favorites tab in my DSP.SE profile page, when I realized that the number of answers is not visible for those questions with an accepted answer. On the other hand, questions without ...
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What is Signal Processing?

Where do we draw the limits of what is signal processing? Do we include biological, chemical, electrical, mechanical, or other related signals? Do we include non-linear signals? Do we include things ...
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Let's get critical: Dec 2013 Site Self-Evaluation

We all love Signal Processing Stack Exchange, but there is a whole world of people out there who need answers to their questions and don't even know that this site exists. When they arrive from Google,...
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StackOverflow to CrossValidated to Signal Processing?

I asked a question on StackOverflow that users migrated to CrossValidated. Another user recommended Signal Processing, and I think SP might be a better home. I don't think I can move the question ...

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