Caption: Figure 4: Contaminated signal with white noise
applied to the algorithm DFKF.
where a is the amplitude of white noise
, [b.sub.[kappa]] is the amplitude of power-law noise of spectral index [KAPPA].
The results show that the level of white noise
HR had a significant effect on Working Memory, F(1.51, 54.18) = 2.21, p = .001.
The stochastic process [X.sub.t](w) is white noise
process to satisfy the following properties:
where b and [v.sub.i] are the unknown parameters to be estimated, Z denotes the steady-state error covariance associated with predicting the next state b, and the measurement is [q.sub.i] and the measurement noise term [v.sub.i] is a white noise
with instantaneous Gaussian distribution N(0, V).
The white noise
machine solved the train problem for the most part (it only fails when the train operator has that extra cup of coffee).
We've had seven days of white noise
- the well-meaning debate, the talk of a need for greater 'awareness', the dark whispers and rumours, the internet trolls who, sadly, include one attention-seeking Premier League footballer.
at all, or just the white noise
of the body straining to hear.
The power spectrum of stochastic events generated by the Normal Poisson distribution in the combined systems is created using the theory of white noise
Another group show based on the to-and-fro between artists and music and musicians and art, "White Noise
" boasted a solid cross section of youngish musicians (Jason Ajemian, Brendan Fowler, Mario Diaz de Leon), visual artists from older generations with a verifiable interest in rock music (Robert Smithson, Raymond Pettibon), and figures who work extensively in both media (Yoko Ono, Christian Marclay, Jutta Kocther, Rodney Graham, Emily Sundblad).
Just like Don DeLillo's novel White Noise
, spectacle replaces emotional emptiness in these two recent works.
QP-PQ: Quantum probability and white noise