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"I intend to ask a broad and general question" → No, please don't. "How do I wire this stuff/How do I fix this to the wall" → Home Improvement "How do I design/fix the circuit?" → Electrical Engineering "How do I detect the signal/track the movement/improve detection/reduce false positives/etc" → Signal Processing Even in the last case, you will have to ...


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Generally speaking, we discourage migration unless a question simply makes no sense on the site that it's asked on. This is especially important on beta sites which are still establishing themselves. If someone has found their way to Digital Signal Processing and asked a question, it's generally best to assume that this is the right spot for them to ask ...


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Since the question is back here and open, there is nothing you need to do. As for the general on-topicness of questions on Kalman filters, they're absolutely on-topic, no doubt about it. However, you should pause to think as to why your question might have attracted close votes. See the first version of your question that you asked. Now that is hardly a ...


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I did migrate this question and here is my reasoning behind it. Is it about the DSP? Yes. Is it about programming? Yes Which one of the above is it mostly about? My bet is on programming. I did like this question a lot, and I do realise that similar questions get closed or not being answered on DSP SE. I know that SO has many users with DSP knowledge (...


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