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correcting

[kə′rek·tiŋ]
(navigation)
The process of applying corrections, particularly that of converting compass to magnetic direction, or compass, magnetic, or gyro to true direction.
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Even though adaptive optics has the potential to make human eyes sharper than an eagle's, the immediate applications focus on preventing vision loss and correcting everyday eyesight problems.
It's obvious that inspection followed by correcting the product is a lot more expensive than controlling the process so that it produces a good product to begin with.
By correcting common picture problems digitally instead of optically, Geo improves performance and reduces costs.
Although the IRS has not yet provided specific procedures for correcting an error, it has said it may be beneficial for plans to look at the VCR program's correction methods.
JED was further informed that it is not Bloomberg's policy to issue retractions or take any actions regarding errors other than correcting them.
Another procedure for correcting certain minor mistakes is contained in the IRS's administrative policy regarding sanctions (APRS), which is described in an IRS memorandum dated March 26, 1991.
We're looking forward to identifying the anomaly, correcting it, and proceeding with the space-flight missions on our launch calendar.
Blurry words and fuzzy deeds" often mire observers in the categorization phase and prevent them from correcting inferences about another's personality, Gilbert contends.