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logic error

[′läj·ik ‚er·ər]
(computer science)
An error in programming that is caused by faulty reasoning, resulting in the program's functioning incorrectly if the instructions containing the error are encountered.

logic error

A program bug due to an incorrect sequence of instructions.
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Figure 4 shows actual Rotor position, estimated rotor position using linear regression, Error due to linear regression, estimated with linear regression and Fuzzy logic error corrector and Error between actual and estimated rotor position.
There is one logic error: when Sammy learns the rules, he discovers that he has some 'no-nos' hidden in his room that he needs to put in a bag and hide, but in the list of his rules, there is nothing noted that would make sense to bag, hide, or keep.
According to Koch, a logic error in a 15-year-old accounts payable computer program resulted in certain paid invoices involving a single vendor not being treated correctly in the company's financial statements.
Each update increased the potential for a software logic error. To guard against the presence of programming logic errors, a controlled testing procedure must be established by the preparer.
- Fixed bug when "SQL logic error or missing database no such column: m.LinkedInCount" error messages were displayed when opening some catalogs created in earlier versions of Daminion.
In neither the Cato rebuttal by Colin Grabow nor the companion commentary by Michael Hansen is any objection raised to my analysis that, when corrected for math and logic errors, the study would support only a 9.1% decline in rates.
The doubling of voltage can do damage or, at the least, cause logic errors. The reflected wave also has a leading edge that can radiate energy.
The ability to catch common logic errors as well as challenging path, clocking, and power errors, significantly improves the probability of first-pass silicon success and on-budget delivery.
Kulkarni further added, "There are enhancements introduced to the existing products: The T1 E1 Error Insertion applications' maximum error insertion rate for logic errors has been increased from 0.01 to 1.0.
Those tools can save you some time and headaches, though it's important to keep in mind that no software tool can help you catch all logic errors. For that, you have to apply your brain as well.
CodePeer 3.0 includes a variety of enhancements that help developers detect potential run-time and logic errors early in the software life cycle, and its deep analysis can directly support formal certification against industry-specific safety standards.