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Noise refers to many types of random, troublesome, problematic, or unwanted signals.

Acoustic noise may mar aesthetic experience, such as attending a concert hall. It may also be a medical issue inherent in the biology of hearing.

In technology, noise is unwanted signals in a device or apparatus, commonly of an electrical nature. The nature of noise is much studied in mathematics and is a prominent topic in statistics.

This article provides a survey of specific topics linked to their primary articles.

Acoustic noise

Main article: Noise

In transportation

Other acoustic noise

Noise in biology

Noise in computer graphics

Noise in computer graphics refers to various pseudo-random functions used to create textures, including:

Noise in electronics and radio

Noise in mathematics

Other types of noise

Measures of noise intensity

See also