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absolute error

[′ab·sə‚lüt ′er·ər]
(mathematics)
In an approximate number, the numerical difference between the number and a number considered exact.
(ordnance)
Shortest distance between the center of impact or the center of burst of a group of shots and the point of impact or burst of a single shot within the group.
Error of a sight consisting of its error in relation to a master service sight with which it is tested and of the known error of the master service sight.
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On the interface we present the approximation error in the form
and the (2N + 1)-term approximation error is given by
Our estimates improve the previous known results in several aspects: Firstly, the anisotropic approximation error is obtained in a different way.
j]) basis functions and it is shown that under sufficient smoothness an approximation error of order [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] can be achieved.
However, in both presentations one can only find fairly crude estimates for the related global approximation error.
2 is the approximation error and the boundary term involved there is specifically generated by the discretization of variational inequalities.
Based on the weighted-residual error estimator from [7], we introduced an overall error estimator which controls both, the discretization error as well as the data approximation error (Theorem 3.
J]) of symbols of the multiple Gabor multiplier that minimizes the approximation error [[parallel]T - [G.
3, the smallest approximation error was achieved for Learning rate: 0,01, Momentum: 0,4, Sigmoid's alpha value: 0,4, Neurons in first layer: 2.
It has been noticed that, the interrelation between the growth of an entire function in terms of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and approximation error in [L.
The procedure is halted when the desired number of the linear segments M is reached, or the approximation error is below given threshold [epsilon].