In statistics, noise is a term for random error. It is generally used in time series analysis.  In data, mining noise refers to messy data with typos, non-standardized entries, and so on.

(Term often used and defined in land use by-laws) Sound of such a volume that annoys, disturbs, or is likely to disturb the peace, quiet, and comfort of neighbours; see Reid’s Heritage Homes Ltd v Guelph (City) (2000), 14 MPLR (3d) 103 (Ont SCJ); Noise may be a nuisance and thus may be controlled by municipalities in any of three ways: by objective standards, by subjective standards, or by source: Montréal (City) v 2952-1366 Quebec Inc, 2005 SCC 62

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