residual errors

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  • The residual error at any given angle of attack is called the position error.
  • Therefore, each observation point has a residual error associated with a fitted curve.
  • This process of adding terms continues until the change in residual error is too small to continue or until the maximum number of terms is reached.
  • Though speech sound disorders are associated with childhood, some residual errors may persist into adulthood.
  • Such persisting errors are referred to as "residual errors" and may remain for life.
  • Residual errors can be due to transpositions of the symbol elements or double errors.
  • These modes are referred to when a block is coded without sending residual error or motion vectors.
  • In practice, however, it is impossible to eliminate all approximations, and residual error inevitably remains.
  • The closure check guards against blunders in the operation, and allows residual error to be distributed in the most likely manner among the stations.
  • By taking the square (i.e., residual error raised to the power of two), residual errors are expressed as positive values.
  • By taking the square (i.e., residual error raised to the power of two), residual errors are expressed as positive values.
  • He also reviewed the 1877 version of Nowak, in which he corrected some residual errors.
  • By cross-correlating different measurement methods, one can bound the distance; the residual errors are now less than the estimated size parameters of the LMC.
  • The test statistic used is the ratio of the mean square residual errors for the regressions on the two subsets.
  • GPS makes corrections for receiver clock errors and other effects but there are still residual errors which are not corrected.
  • The goal of computational chemistry is to minimize this residual error while keeping the calculations tractable.
  • Even after a correction was published, the requested JAMA to retract the article as misleading due to substantial residual errors.
  • The magnitude of the residual errors resulting from these sources is dependent on geometric dilution of precision.
  • At each step it finds the pair of basis functions that gives the maximum reduction in sum-of-squares residual error (it is a greedy algorithm).
  • The Global Positioning System makes corrections for receiver clock errors and other effects but there are still residual errors which are not corrected.