error correction


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error correction

[′er·ər kə‚rek·shən]
(communications)
Any system for reducing errors in an incoming message, such as sending redundant signals as a check.
(computer science)
Computer device for automatically locating and correcting a machine error of dropping a bit or picking up an extraneous bit, without stopping the machine or having it go to a programmed recovery routine.
(electricity)
Correction of time errors in interconnected alternating-current power systems resulting from deviations from normal frequency, in order to make all areas synchronous.
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It allows sporadic timing errors in the circuit and relies on a forward error correction that already exists in the system to correct the errors.
In order to verify the validity of the LS-SVM wind prediction model with error correction, the power data of two wind farms at home and abroad were chosen to carry out experiments.
To help with fluency, two techniques were used: echo reading and error correction.
And students perceive that surface-level error correction should be checked by teachers and at the same time they should be given proper feedback.
This last point is the new element in our experiment, which enables repetitive error correction," Blatt said.
1988) defined error correction procedures as teacher-delivered feedback that occurs contingent upon a student responding incorrectly to a stimulus.
A multiple-baseline across students design (Cooper, Heron, & Heward, 1987) was used to examine the effects of systematic error correction, systematic error correction plus repeated readings, and error correction plus repeated readings with previously read material on the number of words students read correctly and the number of errors read per minute.
For the conceptualization of the content; cloze tests error correction, formal/informal words, sentence completion and notes expansion exercises are seen to be essential to be emphasized in the syllabus.
Comparisons of out-of-sample hedging performance indicates that the error correction model outperforms the conventional model.
Error correction was compared most frequently to other instructional strategies followed by the stimulus modification procedures (stimulus shaping and fading) and the system of least prompts.
and comes with 1:n or n:n communication and error correction capabilities that need complex processing otherwise.