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Wednesday, April 9, 2008
The term learning curve refers to a relationship between the duration of learning or experience and the resulting progress. Initially introduced in cognitive psychology, over time the term has acquired a broader interpretation, and expressions such as "experience curve", "improvement curve", "cost improvement curve", "progress curve"/"progress function", "startup curve", and "effeciency curve" are often used interchangeably, depending on the context. Some of these terms may also have other meanings.
(Above text is borrowed from Wikipedia)
This image serie is example of my leraning curve with the Galaxy M51.
All the images are taken with same optics, LX200 GPS 12".
The oldest one, 2005, is taken with Canon 300D, in Alt/Az
Image from 2007 is taken with QHY8.
Latest image is taken with QHY8 and SXV-AO, active optics.
The impact of imaging conficuration is not as big as
impact of the improved processing skills.
Posted by J-P Metsavainio at 9:59 AM