white noise


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white noise

a complex, rushing sound consisting of many frequencies over a wide band.

white noise

a sound in which the intensity is the same at all frequencies within a designated band.
A sound with equal energy at all frequencies, which can be eliminated by raising the ‘cut-off’ of the detection device

white noise

A sound with equal energy at all frequencies, which can be eliminated by raising the 'cut-off' of the detection device. Cf Chaos.

white noise

(wīt noyz)
A complex sound consisting of many frequencies over a wide band of frequencies; often used for masking of hearing in the nontest ear in the measurement of hearing.
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This is why we expect, that velocity uncertainties will significantly differ from the official ITRF2014 uncertainties estimated with white noise for stations where spectral index fall far from uncorrelated white noise.
In [7] and [8] the main interest is to investigate how additive white noises (1.
WHAT USERS SAID ABOUT USING THE WHITE NOISE AMBIENCE APP | "Disabled vet with tinnitus and other hearing problems.
White noise is a stationary random process, in which the power spectral density is constant throughout the frequency range (Ondracek, 2003):
The remaining factors were testing order (Mozart > silence > white noise; or white noise > silence > Mozart), and gender (male or female).
Practical white noise sources are flat within some small deviation across a defined frequency band.
My essay will examine the topic of violence in White Noise by unraveling the two violent and often contradictory literary genres on which DeLillo relies.
The effect of white noise level on CDTs has been studied by varying the noise level for a limited number of spatial frequencies (Losada & Mullen, 1995; Pelli, 1981; Stromeyer & Julesz, 1972; Thomas, 1985) or by varying the spatial frequencies for a limited number of white noise levels (Blackwell, 1998; Rovamo et al.
There have been limited successes such as Istvan Szabo's Being Julia and Geoffrey Sax's White Noise, but both are co-productions and by foreign directors, so they don't fit into the official canon of bonafide Canadian cinema.
Sometimes the white noise created by the flow of buzzwords deafens the reader to important points and observations.
If the excess white noise can be reduced to the shot noise level a further increase of 1.
Bruce Bawer, examining White Noise in "Don DeLillo's America," sees DeLiIlo as a jargon juggler not interested in the human.