elevation error

elevation error

[‚el·ə′vā·shən ‚er·ər]
(electromagnetism)
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3d) from the combined error, we obtain the elevation error, [gamma]-ray error and EM error, respectively.
In [11], an elevation error model is applied to the high-resolution DEM's developed from stereo-image processing, and the resulting rms error of height varies between 1.
SRTM computed slope could then present much greater in magnitude errors than the vertical elevation error related to the interpolated voids.
In the present study, given that the perspective compression effect occurs entirely within the elevation dimension, it is tempting to compare the effect of elevation error across GFOVs with the azimuth error across GFOVs found by McGreevy and Ellis.
Results show that elevation error from any of the grid spacings was acceptable at less than 8 cm (3.
Suppose a user loads a network into Drawing Librarian, SPINs it, and finds one node that has an elevation error.
Dependent measures included azimuth error, elevation error, and the percentage of trials resulting in a front-back confusion.
The magnitude of elevation error will increase as the eyepoint elevation increases, given that higher eyepoint elevations will result in increased vertical information compression.
Two patterns of elevation error emerged as the low-pass cutoff was progressively reduced from this point.
Elevation errors are assumed to be spatially auto-correlated (Wechsler and Kroll, 2006).
All antennas rotate around their own axis during polarization to eliminate any elevation errors.
However, the values of horizontal angles errors are an order of magnitude lower than in case of elevation errors.