synthetic data

synthetic data

[sin′thed·ik ′dad·ə]
(industrial engineering)
Any production data applicable to a given situation that are not obtained by direct measurement.
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Methods for more comprehensive synthetic data generation through services/backend automation
This includes the use of synthetic data onto the Rockwell Collins L-29 pilots integrated Helmet Mounted Display (HMD).
With this software, when a touch-sensitive device is provided with 2D input drawn with a stylus or made with a finger, synthetic data is produced by a new method called Gesture Path Stochastic Resampling.
It provides a thorough explanation of multiple anonymization approaches for multidimensional and complex data structures, privacy preserving applications, synthetic data as an alternative to anonymization, and protection of data during run-time, including one- and two-way tokenization.
This section describes the conceptual framework of detection algorithms, the metrics used to evaluate performance, and the real and synthetic data sets.
The synthetic data of the starting model, the observed seismic data of the true model, and their residuals for the representative source at depth 130 m are illustrated in Figure 2.
The Census Bureau does not release detailed information on the specific SDL methods and parameters used in the decennial census and ACS public-use data releases, which include data swapping, coarsening, noise infusion, and synthetic data.
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For the purpose of this study a simulation model is designed and synthetic data are generated for different scenarios.