# dynamical noise

dynamical noise
When the output of a dynamical system ( dynamical systems) becomes corrupted with noise, and the noisy value is used as input during the next iteration. Also called system noise. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary
See: observational noise. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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