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error analysis

[′er·ər ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(computer science)
In the solution of a problem on a digital computer, the estimation of the cumulative effect of rounding or truncation errors associated with basic arithmetic operations.
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support services - support in the operation of sap systems (including updates / upgrades and installation) - error analysis u.
The analyzer module provides true PAM-4 error analysis in real-time for long PRBS and QPRBS patterns.
It was out of this second possibility that we proposed and implemented the practice of error analysis to trigger their autonomy and deeper learning.
The data based on the questionnaire are analyzed using frequency analysis, while the participants' written samples are analyzed using both frequency analysis and error analysis with a focus on locating the factors behind their errors.
For indicating students' deficiencies in English writing skills, the error analysis is considered as the best tool to use.
It examines the role of knowledge and ignorance in plant operation, emergency response and disturbance control, the diagnosis of plant disturbances, identifying human error potential and probabilities, examples from human error analysis, and risk reduction.
High complexity of LSIS makes the measurement dependent on numerous factors of different nature, which makes the error analysis difficult.
At this point, Corder's study is a starting point for the error analysis which focuses on learners' performance errors rather than on competence ones in the target language.
From the point of view of a practical application in any form of error analysis, as in corpus annotation, such a take on errors is not really useful.
Error analysis prevents both teacher and student misconceptions by expanding the analysis beyond the answer to the whole computational process.
The 11th Circuit recently conducted a harmless error analysis after acknowledging Rivera's holding that Batson error is not automatically reversible.
The BSA286CL is the industry's first to fully meet these precision impairment and error analysis requirements.