balance error

balance error

[′bal·əns ‚er·ər]
(computer science)
An error voltage that arises at the output of analog adders in an analog computer and is directly proportional to the drift error.
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Honestly, a slight over-reach and momentary balance error, and you're eyeballing a packet of frozen peas while passers-by snigger.
Such a boxer should be assessed at the ringside or in the locker room for concussion with the aid of standardised tests such as Standardized Assessment of Concussion (SAC) test, Balance Error Scoring System (BESS) and the King-Devick test [4, 5, 6].
Balance was assessed using the Balance Error Scoring System (BESS) as described by Bell and colleagues (Bell et al.
Vestibular impairments after concussions have traditionally been assessed with tools such as the Balance Error Scoring System (BESS), which focuses on the vestibulospinal system.
Balance was evaluated by use of the Balance Error Scoring System (BESS), which consists of three stances (double limb, single limb, and tandem) on two surfaces (firm and foam).
FIGURE 2 shows the SPI machine's balance error warning message for a QFN that passes primary tolerance criteria, but fails component tolerance criteria.
2) Therefore, in this pilot study we investigated baseline postural stability of a normal healthy population using a modified balance error scoring system (M-BESS) protocol integrated with H-pattern testing and cerivcal range of motion with fixed occular gaze.
But when he logged onto his PayPal account, he saw his balance listed as zero, correcting the balance error.
BESS (the Balance Error Scoring System) evaluates fine- and gross-motor (movement) abilities, as problems with these skills often indicate a concussion.
Similarly, the computerized DMS avoids weight-related errors, such as the wrong weight being dispensed owing to an arithmetic mistake (for example, when dispensing into multiple containers), a balance error, an incorrect potency/density calculation, an incorrect units conversion, an incorrect tare weight calculation or misreading a quantity (typically by transposing figures, such as reading 0.
Once all system, room, and plenum temperatures have reached steady state and the overall heat balance error is acceptably low (typically less than 10% for these experiments), the heat balance of the conditioned space can then be used to calculate the lighting heat gain to the space.
Their design must guarantee rapid automatic tool exchange and high performance functions such as the highest repeating accuracy, small balance error, high concentricity, high runout tolerance and position accuracy; and reduced centrifugal force influence by small radial dimensions and masses.