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Help center desperately needs more detail

Definitely! There has been some discussion in the teacher's lounge (all-mod chat room) about this: there is zero information available to mods from other SE sites to say what is on-topic for SP.SE. A ...
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Are questions related to camera calibration on topic here?

Provided you haven't asked the question on a different SE forum, feel free to ask it here. We have several OpenCV questions here. Just try to ascertain whether it's really a programming question, ...
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Signal Processing made viral on social media?

We already have @stacksignals on Twitter.
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Signal processing: a science or a technology on StackExchange?

Should we ask for a move? Yes, I would second that request although, I would not get too caught up with labels. The whole "Data Science", "Network Science" and other terms, are sitting a bit oddly ...
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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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Why are questions asking for terms off-topic?

Since I was the one who closed the referenced question, I'll answer for that specific question and then try to generalize. For that specific question, I believe there are many possible answers, none ...
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