timing error

timing error

[′tīm·iŋ ‚er·ər]
(computer science)
An error made in planning or writing a computer program, usually in underestimating the time that will be taken by input/output or other operations, which causes unnecessary delays in the execution of the program.
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The Infiniium UXR Series provides 10-bit resolution, four full-bandwidth channels to reduce timing error when working with dual-polarization coherent modulation, full self-calibration to ensure ongoing measurement accuracy while eliminating the need to take the unit out of service, and chipset based on a the vendor's proprietary InPprocessthat enables wide bandwidth and low noise floor.
The Derby Dynamo shrugged off the controversy of seeing his world record from the 100m breaststroke final bumped up in a timing error.
Defending champion Hamilton was in control of the opening race in Melbourne a fortnight ago before a timing error by his Mercedes team gift-wrapped victory to Vettel during a safety car period.
His win puts him top of the overall standings, 27sec ahead of histeammate and defending champion Stephane Peterhansel, with SouthAfrica's Giniel De Villiers, who was originally announced as Sunday'swinner in his Toyota through a timing error, now sitting third and 5min44sec off the pace.
Adding dead time to prevent output stage shoot-through currents introduces a nonlinear timing error, which creates distortion at the speaker in proportion to the timing error relative to the ideal pulse width.
The timing error is a type of error which causes the unnecessary delays in the execution of the program.
An unstable reference clock may not cause immediate signal failure, but at some point, it will cause a timing error. Timing errors can become cumulative as they pass through downstream equipment.
MUSIC fans heading to the Stereophonics gig in Wrexham on Saturday are warned of a timing error on some tickets.
As a result of this timing error, Buzbee argued, it's "game over." McCrum has no authority to prosecute the governor, he said, and therefore the indictment he secured is invalid.
A week later, the International Association of Athletics Federations announces a timing error gave Gatlin a time of 9.76 seconds.
Distribution of the errors made before and after intervention Error type Before intervention After intervention (n=1686) (n=1460) n % N % Timing error 178 10.6 102 7.0 Dose error 173 10.3 106 7.3 Administration technique error 105 6.2 90 6.2 Missing error 19 1.1 15 1.0 Total errors 475 28.2 313 21.4 Error type [chi square] P Timing error 12.308 0.000 Dose error 8.717 0.003 Administration technique error 0.005 0.941 Missing error 0.073 0.788 Total errors 18.904 0.000 Table 2.
Verbal KR was given to the participants according to the following classification: if the timing error was bigger than 0, the participant was told that he/she was "late" and then told the exact magnitude of the error.