cumulative error

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cumulative error

[′kyü·myə·ləd·iv ′er·ər]
(statistics)
An error whose magnitude does not approach zero as the number of observations increases. Also known as accumulative error.
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They argue that their prediction method on the long-term stock price dynamics can be more precise and prevent the development of cumulative errors compared to the other methodologies.
As a result, the impact on GAAP pre-tax income of cumulative errors identified to date, on an unaudited basis, is approximately USD42 million, USD85 million and USD56 million for 2013, 2012 and 2011, respectively, inclusive of USD9 million in 2012 and USD19 million in 2011, previously disclosed and reflected in the company's's financials.
The labor market is suffering from grave cumulative errors that gave expatriate workers a competitive edge over Saudi workers, creating an environment that makes it impossible for the Ministry of Labor to solve the problems on its own, Ministry of Labor officials said yesterday.
Row pitch does not suffer the same ability for cumulative errors, except on multi-row/column components.
Further, the court held that the defendants' contentions, including its challenge to jury instructions and assertion that cumulative errors on the part of the trial court warranted a new trial, were not persuasive.
The signal conditioning chip allows sensor calibration and temperature compensation alter final assembly, which negates cumulative errors associated with the assembly processes such as manufacturing tolerance errors, error introduced by stress and packaging.
It said: "There was not one failing in this case that can conclusively be said to have been the major factor that failed to protect Alisha, rather a series of cumulative errors that were either not picked up or not pro-actively addressed.
In light of these cumulative errors, we find that your fitness to practise is impaired by reason of your lack of competence.
These cumulative errors suggest a purportedly ideal and invariable system that is in fact subject to incrementally slow but irreversible decay.
GPS uses precise time measurement, and without corrections for this effect, cumulative errors could be over six miles per day.
117) All of the federal circuits consider the effect of cumulative errors on direct review.

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