error range

error range

[′er·ər ‚rānj]
(computer science)
A range of values such that an error condition will result if a specified data item falls within it.
(statistics)
The difference between the highest and lowest error values; a measure of the uncertainty associated with a number.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Even if Ko and Gou joined forces, they would still trail behind those supporting Tsai and Han, with the gap between Ko and Gou within the sampling error range.
Moreover, the mechanical mechanism and error range of LE methods are rarely involved.
The statistical error range is 3.09 per cent, with a 95 per cent degree of confidence.
It guarantees a high measurement accuracy (the error range is less than 1 percent), because it measures the shear strain of a rotating shaft directly.
First, at 7.2 light-years away (6.5 to 8 is the error range), it's farther only than the Alpha Centauri triple system (4.2 light-years for Proxima and 4.3 light-years for Alpha Cen AB), Barnard's Star (5.9 light-years), and the brown dwarf binary WISE J1049--5319 known as Luhman 16 (6.6 light-years; S&T: July 2013, p.
Scientists' previous measurements had been within the technique's error range.
(i) In the process of static positioning test, as shown in Figures 22 and 23, tracking error range of xaxis on the condition of UWB is 0.38m~1.24m, the average residual rate is 10.7%, and the confidence level is 89.3%.
With 49 rules, error range of the final moisture content remained at 0.8%.
The next issue raised by Gangamma deals with the suggestion that many of the measured F[E.sub.NO] values could be within error range of the measurement instrument; therefore, data on the precision of the measurements should be provided and explanation should be given on how it could affect the regression analysis.
It is expected to run each test several times and determines an error range (technically, a 95 percent confidence interval).
The 2007 PSM percent error range (0.87) was slightly higher than last year's 5 year low of 0.63.

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