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Help us to improve the signal processing content in Wikipedia.

Wikipedia has become one of the most widely used resources for signal processing, used routinely by researchers, teachers, and students. As experts in the field, there is much that we can do towards improving and maintaining the quality of such articles without too much effort. Moreover, editing an article on Wikipedia can be expected to have far more impact and visibility than a paper one may write on the topic; e.g., the page on Nyquist–Shannon sampling theorem is viewed on average 1,000 times a day.

Signal Processing Society members have recently created a Signal Processing WikiProject to help improve Wikipedia’s coverage of signal processing topics. If you would like to help, please join the project, participate on the associated talk page, identify articles that need to be created or improved, and/or edit articles that are within your areas of expertise.

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