threshold value

threshold value

[′thresh‚hōld ‚val·yü]
(computer science)
A point beyond which there is a change in the manner a program executes; in particular, an error rate above which the operating system shuts down the computer system on the assumption that a hardware failure has occurred.
(control systems)
The minimum input that produces a corrective action in an automatic control system.
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This so-called SCHOTT Delamination Quicktest allows for a threshold value to be defined for a vials tendency to delaminate for the first time ever.
In proposed system the Network On-chip is divided into local clusters by using partition clustering algorithm, and then threshold value can be set at each and every buffer in the cluster.
Usually, the threshold value is determined by experience or statistics of the whole image.
The only breather in this new initiative is that such items that will now constitute wealth must be worth more than a threshold value of ` 2 lakh.
The RANSAC is used to define the point cloud's subgroup that includes the highest number of points from the original cloud for the selected threshold value and mathematical model.
If the measured value is low it will be taken as threshold value and pre-processing is done.
There was no threshold value for lower glucose values where risk leveled off.
Unfortunately, here he commits an error by not decreasing the median values by one-half the daily motion of Venus to account statistically for the fact that the average arcus visionis observed in an ensemble of observations is larger than the threshold value by that amount.
Suggesting the need for CSP, they said Qatar's capability for producing electricity from CSP is "huge" as the incident solar radiation is higher than the threshold value.
EU's standard threshold value for fine dust is 50 microgram per cubic metre in a 24-hour period.
Environmental Protection Agency but lower than the threshold value of 10-^ considered to be an indicator of definite risk.
The selected threshold value acts as a cut-off level, and the electrical activity above that level is accepted as it is created by the target muscle itself.