Laurent Duval
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Citing StackExchange or the Signal Processing group
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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
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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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IEEE Signal Processing Society membership
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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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Again, I am getting tired of all the stale, unanswered questions being dredged up by "Community"
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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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should i get ina scruff with this person, or what?
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This person is either very young ("never... in my whole life") or has never met a mirror. Let Darwinian selection do its job.

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Should short answers be comments or answers?
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Part of the problem resides in the culture of downvoting. Oddly, such cultural behaviors are quite different across different SE sites. Even if one does not understand a short answer, I see no ...

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How much should one elaborate?
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I agree with @PeterK. I'll add that answering questions is for me as well a way to order my thoughts, or to elaborate one a novel topic. So elaborate as much as you feel for the OP, or/and as much as ...

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How does Matt L. do to remain over the top?
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As I am studying dimension reduction methods, @OlliNiemitalo answer triggered my curiosity. I pushed the study to rank 30, and the answer/reputation graph looks like: No drastic change in the trend. ...

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What should moderators do when someone is "astroturfing" the site?
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I fully agree with your response. Should the behavior happen again, an action on the author's account could be deserved.

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Culture of knowledge and academic discourse on this board
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I only can offer you a non-answer to your non-question. Let us forget for a moment the mathematician and the engineer sides, and focus on a more lethal discipline: finance. Alan Greenspan, former ...

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Signal Processing Stack Exchange - Top User Swag!
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I am a living proof (so far so good) of the capture of one realization of the top user swag process. Still trying to infer the probability density function of this process on one sample: I am not a ...

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Name change for DSP.SE?
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https://stats.stackexchange.com/ apparently kept the base url stats, while named Cross Validated. dsp is widely indexed, I would not modify it. Since the "name change is a one-time thing", I'd ...

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What types of DSP jobs are out there besides...?
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With a background on audio, you can try geophysics. Oil price in not so high. Yet geophysics is slowly beginning to think "big data science", with tons of data to deal with.

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How to craft a question that won't attract negative votes, with input from the community?
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Does an "on hold" version exist for account? If such an account could be frozen (i.e. no more actions, no answers to that owner, etc.), it could be possible to have discussions with him, pointing him ...

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Transferring points to another user for answering based on a comment
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I completely agree (answer stolen from @PeterK. comment:). A very good option is to consider that a "perfect answering" comment is a philanthropic action. The commenter could have answered instead ...

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Signal Processing or Computer Science or Statistics?
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Your SE.DSP question is still not clear to me: Is there an ordinal variable (e.g. time) to help you with separating latent variables? Or is the problem purely instantaneous? How can you quantify "...

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Are questions about physical applicability of noise models appropriate here?
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Question about physical applicability of noise models are quite appropriate here. Indeed, no actual signal or noise realization can be perfectly modeled by a particular distribution, for several ...

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Should we clean-up some "Catch-all" tags?
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Cleaning tags or giving them some distinct content is a good idea. However, I have the feeling that algorithms, reference-request, measurement are useful to me, unless you propose a replacement? I may ...

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What should we do for queries for term definitions?
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Sometimes, definitions varying among sources, and differences are not obvious, or misleading. As long as the OP provides clear references, and shows he did some work understanding, I believe the ...

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How do you study Signal Processing? (and other math intensive topics)
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Work, work, and work. And fun, fun and fun. Fun can lever a lot of difficulties. The need for some math skills is a common repellant in signal/image processing. Yet, it is fun, because you can see ...

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again, i object to the median filter question being closed
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How to build a median filter function in 1D can be quite legitimate: nature of the samples (from few bits to double-float), off-line or on-line, $\mathcal{O}(1)$ and constant-time algorithms, using ...

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Tags and synonyms for background problems, especially for 1D signals
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I propose the tag trend, which seems the most generic to me, also used in statistics.

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Is improper use of "FFT" when the author really means "DFT" worth correcting?
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I suggest it could be educational, sometimes, not to edit it, but to ask the OP to fix it him/herself. And at least, Matlab has dftmtx.

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Design for Signal Processing Stack Exchange
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[EDIT] My Lena mix is not very popular. OK. Let's try again. Thank you Stéphane for the neat proposal. I may insist on adding another dimension. Keeping your clean, simple design, but adding a ...

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