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SIGNALTONOISE RATIOS By
, 2015
"... Consider the following three important problems in statistical inference, namely, constructing confidence intervals for (1) the error of a highdimensional (p> n) regression estimator, (2) the linear regression noise level, and (3) the genetic signaltonoise ratio of a continuousvalued trait (r ..."
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Consider the following three important problems in statistical inference, namely, constructing confidence intervals for (1) the error of a highdimensional (p> n) regression estimator, (2) the linear regression noise level, and (3) the genetic signaltonoise ratio of a continuousvalued trait
Optimising the SignaltoNoise Ratio
"... this paper we shall state general conditions under which it can be proved that the minima of the signaltonoise ratio must lie on the boundaries of the Voronoi partition. This result is significant for two reasons. ..."
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this paper we shall state general conditions under which it can be proved that the minima of the signaltonoise ratio must lie on the boundaries of the Voronoi partition. This result is significant for two reasons.
FOR MAXIMUM SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO
, 1961
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Accurate shortterm analysis of the fundamental frequency and the harmonicstonoise ratio of a sampled sound
 IFA Proceedings 17
, 1993
"... We present a straightforward and robust algorithm for periodicity detection, working in the lag (autocorrelation) domain. When it is tested for periodic signals and for signals with additive noise or jitter, it proves to be several orders of magnitude more accurate than the methods commonly used for ..."
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for speech analysis. This makes our method capable of measuring harmonicstonoise ratios in the lag domain with an accuracy and reliability much greater than that of any of the usual frequencydomain methods. By definition, the best candidate for the acoustic pitch period of a sound can be found from
TONOISE RATIO ESTIMATION, AND OPTIMAL NUMBER OF SYMBOLS
, 2004
"... interface model: uppercapacity bound, signaltonoise ratio estimation, and optimal number of symbols. Genève: 2004 Available at: ..."
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interface model: uppercapacity bound, signaltonoise ratio estimation, and optimal number of symbols. Genève: 2004 Available at:
Optimal SignaltoQuantum Noise Ratio for
, 2008
"... We analyze the properties of nonclassical number states, specifically squeezed number states D(α)S(z)n〉, and find their maximum signaltoquantum noise ratio. It is shown that the optimal signaltoquantum noise ratio for these states decreases as 1/(2n + 1) 2, where n is the photon number, from th ..."
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We analyze the properties of nonclassical number states, specifically squeezed number states D(α)S(z)n〉, and find their maximum signaltoquantum noise ratio. It is shown that the optimal signaltoquantum noise ratio for these states decreases as 1/(2n + 1) 2, where n is the photon number, from
SignaltoNoise Ratio of Pilot Tracking . . .
, 1988
"... Pilot tracking tones are used to derive position reference information which is employed by a headpositioning servo system to position and maintain the head precisely over a selected track in magnetic tape and disk recorders. Simple expressions are derived for the signaltonoise ratio of pilot tra ..."
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Pilot tracking tones are used to derive position reference information which is employed by a headpositioning servo system to position and maintain the head precisely over a selected track in magnetic tape and disk recorders. Simple expressions are derived for the signaltonoise ratio of pilot
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