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Synonyms for noise

Synonyms for noise

sounds or a sound, especially when loud, confused, or disagreeable

the sensation caused by vibrating wave motion that is perceived by the organs of hearing


to engage in or spread gossip

Synonyms for noise

the auditory experience of sound that lacks musical quality

a loud outcry of protest or complaint

incomprehensibility resulting from irrelevant information or meaningless facts or remarks

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the quality of lacking any predictable order or plan

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4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Companies are drowning in a sea of big, unstructured, noisy data.
This collection of advanced concepts (visualization, constraint handling, coping with noisy data, gradient-enhanced modelling, multi-fidelity analysis and multiple objectives) represents an invaluable reference manual for engineers and researchers active in the area.
This means using theory to derive a family of gravitational wave "templates" to serve as guides for processing the noisy data obtained at the LIGO and VIRGO detectors - at first to find the signal and then to identify its type.
10 Application of wavelets to filtering of noisy data Ue-Li Pen
Ventana's personnel have backgrounds in science, applied math, dynamic modeling, statistics, computer simulation, optimal control, noisy data and indirect measurement.
Ruediger Stroh, executive vice president and general manager of the LSI Storage Peripherals Group, said, "The new LSI PHY sets a new benchmark in performance with its superior capability of transmitting an exceptionally clean signal to the host and, in turn, being able to receive extremely noisy data and restore it without errors.
Among the many problems that plague this search is noisy data -- too many variables to determine clear causes.
Our approach marries the unique and powerful technologies behind our unstructured data analytics engine with effective geospatial reasoning logic to produce precise results on noisy data without substantial investments in customized training and modules that only tend to function well on a subset of a customer's data.
Implementations are able to filter noisy data, and the technology is readily extensible to pattern recognition, fault/difference detection and diagnosis/interpretation.