gross errors

gross errors

[¦grōs ′er·ərz]
(statistics)
Errors that occur when a measurement process is subject occasionally to large inaccuracies.
References in classic literature ?
It is a strange thing to behold, what gross errors and extreme absurdities many (especially of the greater sort) do commit, for want of a friend to tell them of them; to the great damage both of their fame and fortune: for, as St.
Step by step the gross errors committed in the past decade and more might be remedied.
Gross errors are those caused by systematic and usually defective characteristics of the process or equipment, and they can be regarded as biased deviations in the measurement values.
An important feature in the reconciliation procedure is the low sensitivity of these functions when the data are corrupted with gross errors (Ozyurt & Pike, 2004).
If this party insists on its gross errors, this will only lead to the continuation of tension and polarization.
2) Gross error culling: As mentioned above, the original point cloud data contains a large amount of gross errors, errors, and irrelevant information, for which the correction and treatment rely on artificial interactive operation.
Okay, this film was never meant to be a textbook lesson in history so we will gloss over the gross errors in life as it interprets it.
With the intention of proposing a practical control measure, or an improvement in reports, the gross errors were reviewed and classified into four groups attending to their possible cause:
Among these deficiencies are the inability of the PCOS program to detect changes in ballot design and reconfigure itself accordingly which led to the May 3, 2010 compact flash (CF) cards fiasco; inability of the PCOS and CCS to tell the difference between final testing and sealing that resulted in the inclusion of erroneous pre-election FTS results in many precincts in 2010; gross errors in statistical figures showing from 150mn to 250mn voters during national canvassing as against 50mn registered voters; and transmission errors from PCOS to Comelec central servers resulting in 13,000 plus clustered precinct election results (ERs), with incomplete data out of 60,000 transmitted ERs.
After blistering criticism of gross errors in the decade-long investigation of the 10 killings, Friedrich said the domestic intelligence bureau and police on the federal and state level should be required to submit all relevant data.
For over 15 years, the Irish bishops have had to be dragged to the courts and tribunals of inquiry to admit gross errors.