relative error


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relative error

[′rel·əd·iv ′er·ər]
(mathematics)
The absolute error in estimating a quantity divided by its true value.
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Compared with the predicted results of theoretical model, the combined method of modified damage law and fuzzy neural network can predict the fatigue life with a less average relative error.
The relative error of the arithmetic-mean rule [(2)] and the one-third rule [(3)] was calculated for a range of wet-bulb depressions (1[degrees] [less than or equal to] T - [T.
The coupled SHEDS-IEUBK estimates compared well against BLL data from NHANES and NHEXAS (0-23% and ~ 36-42% relative error, respectively), despite compiling different input data sets not originally intended for this purpose.
According to Mohapatra & Rao (2005), models with mean relative errors (P) lower than 10% are adequate to represent the process in question.
The required relative error [epsilon] of the analytical calculation of the flux density of the MF of cable line is defined as
4 we have presented values for absolute relative error of proposed ABER BPSK approximation for various values of Nakagami-m channel conditions.
The results shown in Tables 3 and 4 reveal that the relative error between the exact values of the suspension parameters and the estimated ones are minor than 0.
The mean absolute error (MAE) and mean absolute relative error (MARE) are also introduced as measures of accuracy.
In our previous work with n-hexadecane, we have used the TuTobias-Klein force field [6] with which we were able to reproduce densities and viscosities within 1% and 10% relative errors vs.
The target bound and actual bound of the system outputs and their relative errors are shown in Table 6.

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