I need to update this so it's accurate.... oh well... :P This project will essentially be a noise generator for networks. It will create meaningless "random" background traffic that will make the monitoring of network traffic much more difficult for
Sound of any kind.
Especially, loud, confused, or senseless sound; clamor; din.
To sound; to make a noise.
Misinterpreted pixels in your digital image.
Pixels added randomly to an image to give it the appearance of graininess.
A term used to the point of nausea by some professionals. Images are theoretically silent, but Noise tends to make images, particularly nightshots, appear grainy.
The digital equivalent of grain. Usually caused by low-resolution digital cameras or by overheated sensors during long exposures.
Price and volume fluctuations which do not provide meaningful information about the market's direction.
Fluctuations in the market which can confuse one's interpretations of market direction. Noise includes "outlier" days that can distort technical trading systems.
Price and volume fluctuations that can confuse directions of market.
Price and volume fluctuations that can confuse interpretation of market direction.
Loud or continuous talk; general talk or discussion; rumor; report.
To spread by rumor or report.
a loud outcry of protest or complaint; "the announcement of the election recount caused a lot of noise"; "whatever it was he didn't like it and he was going to let them know by making as loud a noise as he could"
Loud or peculiar noises heard in a dream portend domestic dissension. If the noise woke you up you can expect a change for the better.
Noise is the point-to-point variation in image density that does not contain useful information. The magnitude of noise is indicated by the percentage standard deviation of the CT numbers within a region of interest in the image of a uniform substance (generally water), relative to the difference in CT numbers between water and air.
Statistical variability in the response of the assay from all sources, including: variation in actual quantities of reagents added or their concentration, instrument output variability, geometry of plates, uncertainty or variability in background, etc.
In the context of quality management, noise is essentially variability. For example, if you are making ketchup, noise in the process comes from variations in the quality of incoming tomatoes, in changes in ambient temperature and humidity, in variations in machinery performance, in variations in the quality of human factors, etc.
the quality of lacking any predictable order or plan
a nuisance when it materially affects your comfort or quality of life
Issues include fan blade pitch and speed, hub size, venturi depth, bearing quality and layout of power supply components. Acoustical noise is measured logarithmically; each 3 db reduction represents 50% less noise.