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Could we have a "belongs on a different…"->electronics.SE close reason?

Any site that is not still in beta can request up to five user-initiated migration targets that will be set up by the Community Team as needed. There's a nice FAQ about migration over on the main meta ...
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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

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 to handle mismatch between a quantum phase noise question and the current answer? "...because this is a DSP group, and 'quantum' is about physics"

The reason for my partial answer and my comment is that I'm not sure what "quantum noise" means in this context, and because the group is about signal processing it's out of scope to expect ...
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Could we have a "belongs on a different…"->electronics.SE close reason?

There are only three custom close reasons allowed, and these are currently set up to be: I asked for the last one to be added, because the beginning of each northern hemisphere academic year always ...
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Why was this question migrated to SO?

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 ...
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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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