James Rogers wrote,
> Actually, I'm having difficulty fitting the "adding noise makes
> it easier to
> eliminate noise" concept into the algorithm spaces that I am familiar with
> that deal with these very things.
I think you mistake my meaning. I am not talking about adding noise. I am
talking about analyzing existing "noise" to see if it is a hidden message.
When I speak of "more noise", I mean we have more of a sample to analyze.
If the "noise" is a hidden message, the larger percentage it takes up, the
easier it becomes to detect. Increasing this kind of "noise" makes it more
detectable if it is a message, or less likely to be a message if it does not
become more detectable.
I am merely saying that having more data makes statistical analysis easier.
-- Harvey Newstrom <www.HarveyNewstrom.com> Principal Security Consultant, Newstaff Inc. <www.Newstaff.com> Board of Directors, Extropy Institute <www.Extropy.org> Cofounder, Pro-Act <www.ProgressAction.org>
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