By Hwei P. Hsu
1. signs and Spectra 2. sign Transmission and Filtering three. Amplitude Modulation four. attitude Modulation five. electronic Transmission of Analog signs 6. chance 7. Random procedures eight. functionality of Analog conversation structures within the Presence of Noise nine. functionality of electronic conversation platforms within the Presence of Noise 10. optimal Detection eleven. details and Channel potential 12. errors regulate Coding
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I became aware of this on a late Sunday night when a friend was returning from a weekend pass. The rhythm and sound of his footsteps was like a signature of identity to my ears. I knew who it was and asked him in the darkened barracks if he had had a good weekend. He wanted to know how I recognized him in the dark and I responded by telling him his footsteps disclosed his identity. During my remaining months at Camp Beale, I sharpened my ability to distinguish the subtle nonverbal messages in each person’s footsteps to such a degree that I could recognize each person who lived on the second floor of our barracks.
There’s some debate; the aesthetic refinement that we equate with the popular notion of taste is so subjective it’s impossible to measure. Scientists can’t measure whether one person’s taste buds actually make better impressions of fine or nuanced flavors than another person’s. Most conclude that “good taste” is not a mechanical ability…it’s a learned judgment. On the other hand, there is such a thing as super taste. And it’s not necessary something that anyone wants. Linda Bartoshuk of Yale University first discovered ultra tasting abilities in individuals while studying saccharin.
But the smart person who masters nonverbal communication doesn’t rush to respond. Instead, keep these points in mind: • Don’t rush to judgment or reaction to a noise you hear. Listen carefully and investigate before you draw any conclusions about what you’ve heard. 52 • Try to identify the person or thing making noise. Often, this is biggest part of responding appropriately. The blood-curdling scream that you heard outside could be two eight-year-olds having fun. • Assess the environment around you and the noise—the temperature, location, time.