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Stack Exchange Signal processing in the real life: meeting contributors

Welcome to Hämeenlinna, Finland. I've met with two on-line friends from music-dsp circles. It was great both times, had pizza with the first one (I bicycled to Sweden where we met) and beer with the ...
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Stack Exchange Signal processing in the real life: meeting contributors

I also think it could be fun meeting some SE.DSPers IRL if our space-time paths can be made to intersect with little effort. I can usually be found in the Eindhoven area, the Netherlands.
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Stack Exchange Signal processing in the real life: meeting contributors

Welcome to West Hartford, Connecticut, USA. Laurent, I'm a dinosaur from the comp.dsp usenet news days (though comp.dsp is still going, I find!). I made several online friends through there, and ...
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Stack Exchange Signal processing in the real life: meeting contributors

Nanterre, a former central celt city of Gaul, before and close to Paris, France ($\pm$ 30 kms) SE.DSPeers (the double "e" is on purpose) of all countries unite. I have a network of signal/image ...
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Stack Exchange Signal processing in the real life: meeting contributors

Hello from the United Kingdom (South Wales). Great idea. I was under the impression that the majority of the board was from the US, purely based on the timings of the answers. In fact, one occurrence ...
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Stack Exchange Signal processing in the real life: meeting contributors

Welcome to Boston, Massachusetts and the North Shore! Yes love the idea and welcome any fellow "SE.DSPeers" (with the double E as Laurent notated) for a beer, coffee, etc when in the Boston ...
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How can we "encourage" askers to actually *edit* questions than rather just clarify in the comments?

My approach is to actively close the question as "Unclear what you're asking" so they can't get any answers unless they fix their question. Unless it's a moderator, the question cannot be re-opened ...
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Questions on the usefulness or validity of published signal/image processing techniques

Provided the information could be posed in a Q&A style format, I think this is OK. It's perfectly OK to answer your own questions, so this might be one case where this is a good idea. I know I ...
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How did we deal with correction promoting sound yet non-standard spelling?

There is a standard term for a system with memory: a dynamic system. So the title could have been either What is the difference between a causal system and a system with memory? or What is the ...
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Are work-related questions on-topic?

I believe that would be considered off-topic. Check out this explanation of what is on-topic here. I suspect that such a question is probably off-topic for most Stack Exchange sites. My only ...
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Questions on the usefulness or validity of published signal/image processing techniques

The rules appear to allow such questions if you state them the right way. Quoting Signal Processing Stack Exchange help center: Some subjective questions are allowed, but “subjective” does not mean ...

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