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noise analysis

How Noise Trading Affects Markets: An Experimental Analysis

Self-consistent analysis of OH-Zeeman observations: too much noise about noise

Surface wave dispersion measurements from ambient seismic noise analysis in Italy

Detection and reduction of evolutionary noise in correlated mutation analysis

Biological assessment of robust noise models in microarray data analysis

Analysis of ambient noise energy distribution and phase velocity bias in ambient noise tomography, with application to SE Tibet

Directionality analysis and Rayleigh wave tomography of ambient seismic noise in southern Norway

The buried shape of an alpine valley from gravity surveys, seismic and ambient noise analysis

Improved implementation of the fk and Capon methods for array analysis of seismic noise

Shifting song frequencies in response to anthropogenic noise: a meta-analysis on birds and anurans

What Is That Noise? An Analysis of Sound Quality and Music in Mobile Devices

The analysis of indexed astronomical time series – XI. The statistics of oversampled white noise periodograms

Accounting for probe-level noise in principal component analysis of microarray data

A signal–noise model for significance analysis of ChIP-seq with negative control

Statistical analysis of high-density oligonucleotide arrays: a multiplicative noise model

Site effect determination using seismic noise from Tungurahua volcano (Ecuador): implications for seismo-acoustic analysis

Analysis of instrument self-noise and microseismic event detection using power spectral density estimates

Ice shelf structure derived from dispersion curve analysis of ambient seismic noise, Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica

 

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