Blind - Electronics, Engineering, and Science

Electronics, Engineering, and Science

  • Blind, a digital signal processing term that indicates ignorance of certain parameters central to a process; e.g., blind deconvolution.
  • A blind experiment (single-blind or double-blind), a procedure to reduce bias in scientific experiments
  • Blind hole, a mechanical engineering term for a hole that does not come out at the other side
  • Blind via, an electrical term used in printed circuit boards

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