boundary error

boundary error

An invalid value entered into an application. For example, if a number is higher or lower than a range of values or there are too many characters in a text entry, a boundary error occurs. See validity checking.
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Rick Perry signed legislation in June that created a Red River Boundary Commission to study - and possibly redraw - the border along Lake Texoma, bringing the pump station fully into Texas and fixing an unintentional boundary error that has caused headaches for water managers.
For beginning boundary of type B story detection, the boundary error is about 1.
This is clearly illustrated by the rankings of the Inspect3D reconstructions which exhibit a higher boundary error than the other FBP reconstructions but performed best within the FBP group with respect to MSD.
This enabled the calculation of the boundary error of calibration as a sum of the absolute values of the two errors: the error of temperature indication on the calibrating thermometer [[DELTA][partial derivative].
Finally, the relative boundary error of a temperature measurement by means of the device was formulated as follows:
We define a boundary error as any hypothesized boundary that is more than 100ms away from a true boundary, which is marked by hand in the test sample.
Due to a boundary error in the Apache connector, a remote attacker may exploit this vulnerability by sending a specially crafted HTTP request to an Apache Web server in front of a WebLogic application server, causing a stack-based buffer overflow and allowing the attacker to execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable system.
If there is only a single standard deviation to the symbol boundary ([sigma] = 1), then the probability of that boundary error is 3.
He attributed the delays in the implementation of the project to some changes in the massive earth-moving operations that arose from land boundary errors and illegal claimants.
If the application requires that extra precision, it is necessary to have two separate tables, one to account for clockwise boundary errors and another to account for counter clockwise errors.
Title companies can be offered access to these different layers of information so that they may detect significant boundary errors and possibly some easements and adverse possession rights.
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