Re: Dec 27/28 Image Analysis JWD
Greetings George Dishman;
I understand your comments on signal to noise ratio.
No, I have no pages with this worked out.
Perhaps you would undertake the task?
Fits Files and information available at
Thanking you in advance,
George Dishman wrote in message <email@example.com>
> J.William Dell wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Greetings George Dishman;
> > Jan 07 2003
> > In response to your request for information on brightness over
> > background.
> > The following information has been collected over the last 3 months on
> > this subject;
> > For Sept 21 Oct 04 Oct 11
> > For Nov 11
> > http://www.zetatalk.com/teams/rogue/dell9.htm
> > For Nov 15
> > For Dec 04
> > For Dec 13/14
> > For Dec 27
> > http://www.zetatalk.com/teams/rogue/dell21.htm
> > For Dec 28
> > (bottom of page)
> > If you have further queries regarding this,
> > please contact me at email@example.com.
> None of these state the noise level, only the "average"
> background. Think of it as a DC bias on an AC signal if
> you don't see the difference), it tells you nothing about
> the amplitude of the AC.) Do you have any pages that
> state the signal to noise ratio?
> > Regards
> > J.William Dell
> > George Dishman wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >> J.William Dell wrote in message <email@example.com>
> >>> I realize that the only way to deal with the ongoing imaging and
> >>> analysis is to present my findings, respond to reasonable questions
> >>> and ignore the infantile.
> >> Then please answer this: By how much do the areas you
> >> are claiming are images of the object exceed the local
> >> background noise?
> >> That is a mathematical calculation so should have a
> >> verifiable answer. The criterion for a valid detection
> >> has been discussed a number of times (at least 5 sigma)
> >> so with luck your value can end any argument one way or
> >> the other.