level error

level error

[′lev·əl ‚er·ər]
(astronomy)
The difference between the apparent altitude of a celestial object above the apparent horizon and its true altitude above the celestial horizon.
The angle between the east-west mechanical axis of a transit telescope and the horizontal plane.
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Attempting to situate a radiographic lesion on a prone patient, assuming the upright IAS corresponds to the SP of T7, as is commonly done, introduces a one level error. Assuming the prone IAS moves cephalad one level compared to the standing IAS, whereas in actuality it moves about one level caudad when the patient's arms are placed on the armrest, results in an additional two level error, for a total of 3 levels.
After yesterday's warrant ruling, a police insider said: "This is a recruit level error and not something you would expect from a senior officer.
But what seems inexcusably shocking is the failure of internal checks and review processes to correct lower level error. Of course, we do not know how many corrections are made.
The residual [R.sub.0j] is a group level error term representing unexplained variance in the [[Beta].sub.0j] parameter estimates.
'The correction factors are used by the VNA to modify its power level control algorithm, to reduce its power level error from a few decibels down to a few hundredths of a decibel.
Percentage of non-detected micro and macro level errors in target sentences English Macro English Micro C1 41 17 B2 63 37 B1 66 47 A2 72 59 A1 73 42 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Since the measurement is close to the calibration frequency and matching is rather good, the shaping and level errors are the largest.
'Collins was learning by his mistakes and soon realised that at Championship or international level errors were highlighted more than ever before.
Not only that, but Graham (1983) (as cited in Fathman and Whalley, 1990) found that teachers reported that their students wanted feedback on their compositions, particularly in the area of surface level errors.
Customs have already indicated that the penalties are to include ``low level errors in declarations'' and it will be interesting to see how this translates in practice.
This resulted in four different error classes, namely knowledge errors, intellectual level errors, flexible action pattern errors, and sensorimotor errors.
The template for the highest level errors is in the form