resolution error

resolution error

[‚rez·ə′lü·shən ‚er·ər]
(computer science)
An error of an analog computing unit that results from its inability to respond to changes of less than a given magnitude.
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Cranking the DPI to ridiculous levels can cause issues such as contrived movements, resolution error versus speed (often known as 'acceleration'), cursor ripple and more.
The impedance is calculated taking into account both the tested magnet and reference impedance voltage drops (as a relation between those two), so the small resolution error can have a huge impact on the exactness of the measurements results.
Accuracy of the vision system depends on the sum of two types of errors: resolution error of the camera, and camera-positioning error.
As shown in Table 2, compared with theoretical indicators, the resolution errors at L-band are 0.0246 m bigger than X-band in range direction and 1.9193 m more in azimuth section.
PT last week on Wednesday its staff was investigating reports of DNS (Domain Name System) resolution errors from customers trying to reach its S3 cloud storage service.
Shift and resolution errors can still be a problem in more modest overlap situations.