bias error

bias error

[′bī·əs ‚er·ər]
(statistics)
A measurement error that remains constant in magnitude for all observations; a kind of systematic error.
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Tenders are invited for Vernier Digital Calipers Model 1320, Capacity - 200Mm Resolution - 001Mm Repeatability - 10 M Bias Error - 30 M A - 290Mm, B - 50Mm C - 14Mm, D - 20Mm Make-Baker/Mitutoyo Only
Tool errors in the approaches that follow assume tool error is normally distributed with a zero mean and is comprised of a bias error (defined as a preference that inhibits impartial judgment) and a random error.
The mean bias error (MBE) from models based on short data sets (one month) varied from -15% to 40% in their study.
0125 [degrees]/sec/LSB Initial Bias Error ([+ or -]1a) [+ or -]3 [degrees]/sec In-Run Bias Stability (1 [sigma]) 0.
Recently, a method was developed (Lee and Dexter 2005; Tan and Dexter 2005, 2006) that corrects for the bias error associated with employing a single-point sensor.
While table-3 gives the root mean square error (RMSE) and mean bias error (MBE).
15x/h angular random walk, 10x/h gyro bias error over temperature gradients, 0.
AGA 9 further states, "Calibration adjustment factors shall be applied to eliminate any indicated meter bias error.
NMBE (%), often simply stated as bias error, refers to how far the average statistic lies from the parameter it is estimating, i.
Examples of field conditions that can cause a bias error in the flow measurement include liquid in the flow stream (e.
b], and model performance was estimated separately inside each bin according to its mean bias error, MBE, and root mean square error, RMSE: