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SNR a bit high...

 
 
Dave Doe
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      02-10-2010
could we just ignore the trolls.


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John Little
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      02-11-2010
Dave Doe said:

> could we just ignore the trolls.


Yeah, but who is a troll depends on your point of view. If one's head
is in the sand, anyone who suggests taking it out is too easily
labelled a troll.

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Gib Bogle
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      02-11-2010
Dave Doe wrote:
> could we just ignore the trolls.
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Don't you mean SNR is a bit low? I'd say SNR = S/N.
 
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