external error

external error

[ek¦stərn·əl ′er·ər]
(computer science)
An error sensed by the computer when this error occurs in a device such as a disk drive.
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Analyse tha data and process to remove external error contributions for the understanding of ionospheric characteristics.
Designed to outperform competitive devices for building isolated DC/DC and off-line power supplies using a secondary-side external error amplifier, the feature-rich SC4905 also cuts a supply's cost and space requirements.
As a primary-side current-mode controller, the SC4809 contains all of the control and drive circuitry needed to build an isolated power supply using a secondary-side external error amplifier.
On-chip co-processors for Viterbi and Turbo coding eliminate the need for external error correction co-processors, further increasing system density.
Simulation vectors and library accuracy are the two dominant external error sources in RTL power analysis," says Jerry Frenkil, vice president and chief technical officer at Sente.
It has also improves performance and stability of data copying, being fail-proof from most external errors and failures.
In addition to the study of errors at their most basic level, the analysis delved further into two sub-categories commonly present in many of the error tags, namely internal and external errors.
The percentages indicate that external errors marginally outweigh internal errors.
External errors of model production include: conversion error, staircase error, error of slicing into layers and extreme layers rejection error.
This larger signal is less susceptible to external errors and noise and provides more signal to measure.