zero error

zero error

[′zir·ō ′er·ər]
(electronics)
Delay time occurring within the transmitter and receiver circuits of a radar system; for accurate range data, this delay time must be compensated for in the calibration of the range unit.
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Dual source copy and compare strategy with zero error tolerance.
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If each one abides by the system, we will have negligible error -- we cannot say zero error rate, which is unrealistic as all these depends on human factor, which is not devoid of error.
Results indicate a linear correlation; using the least square method (LSM) and forcing intercept to zero (since a zero error input should give a zero error output) the resulting correlation is given by Eq.
It wouldn't make commercial sense to spend an infinite amount of resources to ensure that there is almost a zero error rate.
With the use of our Collection Manager for Surszical, there is zero error in surgical specimen management.
The Knapp TobaccoPick, which has been installed at its Medway depot in Kent, picks up to 100,000 cigarette packs an hour and will ensure that P&H has a zero error rate for its tobacco deliveries.
He said, "Turkey manufactures cars with zero error.
NADRA is striving on zero error policy to ensure that only deserving families are issued Watan Cards enabling them to draw benefits announced by the Govt.
They also perform error analysis when the jitter is not known, and find conditions on the reconstruction kernel to achieve zero error when the jitter norm goes to zero.
Concluding, during the calibration stage is detected the reference line of a zero error positioned wafer and is also calculated the vision system aspect ratio parameter that will be used in error evaluation (fig.
The Magnofilament, with a zero error rate, has the potential to accurately and reliably identify patients who cannot perceive a 10 g touch.