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(Updated) Design for Signal Processing Stack Exchange

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New Site Design Live!

Looks good, though there might be one piece missing? The "reputation" text color for accepted answers should probably be a little lighter (or different from the current blue). The "answers" one ...
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Again, I am getting tired of all the stale, unanswered questions being dredged up by "Community"

Yeah, when I saw the main page this morning I felt the same. But honestly I don't think we can do much about that. Potentially we could ask to decrease the amount of questions that are being bumped. ...
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Should short answers be comments or answers?

Well, I probably should have left that as an answer rather than a comment. I tend to just comment if I'm in a hurry and don't have time to compose a more complete answer. Though, for that question, I ...
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Name change for DSP.SE?

I think we better change the name into Signal and Image Processing. I'm not sure on the URL, But I think I would go with sip.stackexchange.com. The reasoning is ...
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Name change for DSP.SE?

I think sticking to the way things are now is not a bad idea. A good example is the IEEE signal processing society. You got many sub-fields that just fall under the same head denomination, but defined ...
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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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Let's get critical: Mar 2015 Site Self-Evaluation

The big problem I have is the large number of questions which seem to have decent answers, but for which the questioner has not awarded a tick.
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should we encourage or expect posters to adopt the current common notation, $x[n]$, for discrete-time signals?

I don't strongly care about what variable is used to index the signal ($t$ versus $n$ and so on), but I do think it's an important notational distinction to use square brackets when referring to a ...
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Design for Signal Processing Stack Exchange

Looks great Stéphane! The one thought I have about it (in addition to Peter's suggestion) is that the waveform might benefit from a level of secondary detail to suggest that the signal has been ...
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Citing StackExchange or the Signal Processing group

SE.DSP is peer reviewed to some extend. Not in the traditional "journal" sense, meanwhile predatory publishing or randomized peer-review, to name a few, have changed the deal. A post in SE.DSP can ...
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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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IEEE Signal Processing Society membership

The sole IEEE student membership cost about 30$, and the discount on conference fees is generally higher than this amount. The savings can even increase if you are a member of the society the ...
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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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Self-answering without peer-review: benefit or harmful

The short answer is yes - you can and you should answer your own questions. Please read more about it in the FAQ. However, I do not understand what do you mean by "there was no review of any kind"?
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How to deal with unfair downvotes?

This is a well-known problem on the Stack Exchange network, and there are automatic mechanisms in place to try to deal with it. I'm not sure if the process will be triggered by two downvotes, but it ...
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How do we respond to less than full disclosure

There's also the aspect that questions and answers often have tremendous utility value for others than the original poster. Then it will matter little what the motivations of the original poster were, ...
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Where should I go for non-Q&A DSP discussions?

One place to take discussions here on SE.SP is the post-processing chat room. this does require a certain amount of reputation before you can see it and post it. Many of the old-timers here started ...
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How should we deal with questions that were answered by comments only

I think the comment's author should be encouraged to write a full answer even if they think it's a trivial one. Alternatively, someone else can answer the question giving credit to the comments. I ...
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Should there be a separate Image Processing & Computer Vision SE site?

In light the decision to close the mentioned proposal, I'd like to propose change the name of this Community. Could someone change the community name into Signal & Image Processing? It would ...
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Should there be a separate Image Processing & Computer Vision SE site?

I think there should be a separation. The area is close very close, but people are different. The way things now, it makes this forum "Low Quality" for Image Processing to the least and it reflects ...
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2016 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire

2016 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire @datageist How ...
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2016 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire

2016 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire @Peter K. How ...
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2016 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire

2016 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire @jojek How ...
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Again, I am getting tired of all the stale, unanswered questions being dredged up by "Community"

As a relatively new member, I still find interesting that old questions pop up. This can be an incentive for answering, especially for newcomers. I do understand however this could be annoying. There ...
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Question's title idem as content, and nothing more. Your thoughts on this?

This would be a sign for me, reflecting lack of context and enough prior self-attempt. Due to this impression, these questions usually receive less attention. The best strategy (in my opinion) is to ...
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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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How much should one elaborate?

Well, it's hard, because sometimes the OP doesn't understand enough to know what they don't understand... so you need to take a "shotgun" or "scattergun" approach to answering. I'd say elaborate as ...
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How to craft a question that won't attract negative votes, with input from the community?

i wud suggest not deliberately mispelling werds and not misusing capital letters and case.
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