error message

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error message

[′er·ər ‚mes·ij]
(computer science)
A message indicating detection of an error.
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As the need for 4K and 8K high resolution video transmission further increases with the spread of 5G connections, Fujitsu will continue to provide high performance products and services that will satisfy customers around the world, delivering high quality video through the application of its proprietary IP network error correction technology.
According to the table and the above table, the number of nodes that reduce network errors optimally is 30 hidden nodes.
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However, the BPNN iterated 15 times to reach the convergence state, and the minimum network error was larger than the one obtained by ACO-BPNN.
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The first derivative of the network error function is expressed by J, and the network error vector is represented by e.
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