error rate

error rate

[′er·ər ‚rāt]
(communications)
The number of erroneous bits or characters received for some fixed number of bits transmitted.

error rate

The measurement of the effectiveness of a communications channel. It is the ratio of the number of erroneous units of data to the total number of units of data transmitted.
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When it values homes that are on the market, Redfin says its median national error rate is just 1.77 percent.
The pooled weighted average revealed a 66.5% error rate, that is, two-thirds of all the patients were making at least two errors during the 10 steps involved in using their device.
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Interference from the environment causes incorrect calculations and a higher error rate than any standard digital computer.
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Marchex Speech Analytics and Watson were evaluated through a series of tests to directly compare their capabilities, identifying two key metrics to measure speech technology performance: RAW word error rate and perceived word error rate, ensuring fair testing for both systems.
In this paper, we study the exact error rate performance of the circularly DAS based on the RAU selection transmission.
A team of engineers from Google recently published a paper, demonstrating how they had used voice commands on a smartphone, with a 13.5% error rate, on a Nexus 5 with 2GB of RAM and 2.2 GHz processor.

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