Replying to LO27268 --
I'm following the "voices" ... fascinated.
Thank you again and again dear John :o)
> 1/f noise is noise whose power spectral density is proportional to the
> reciprocal of frequency. What is interesting is that, when people have
> measured it, it holds over all ranges of frequency people have tried.
> That is, if you expand frequency down to very low values (very long time
> periods), you find that the amplitude of the "noise" is still
> proportionally higher.
Is it not an instance of those non-deterministic, self-simillar, unstable
systems that Benoit Mandelbrot simulated (chaos and strange attractors
...) with the help of very quick (;o) processors?
> I haven't described it very well, and I'm no longer a practicing engineer,
> so it'd take me some time that I don't have today to do it justice (or
> even to find a good reference), but it seemed to align quite well with
> what Jan was describing. Perhaps it can lead to increased understanding
> of the system(s) in which we live, building off Jan's introduction.
I think you described very well a facet (or instance) of this system -
namely it's fractal structure.
I hope, together with you, for understanding, and implementing by free
choice (free of fear :o).
"Judy Tal" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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