d) the variance of measurement errors
changes as the nowcast origin recedes.
Occasionally, a CPA may be called up to explain the originating-and-reversing property of income measurement errors
to others, and hence justify the legitimacy of the quantification given in Panel A of Exhibit 2.
Quantum Volume is a measurement, a procedure developed by IBM, that determines how powerful a quantum computer is, accounting for both gate and measurement errors
, device cross talk, as well as device connectivity and circuit compiler efficiency.
The results show that temperature measurement errors
of sensors A, B, D2 and C were within acceptable ranges and mostly within the accuracies claimed by the manufacturers.
This could increase measurement errors
Models of the periodic and aperiodic errors are established in MATLAB using the above values, and the model parameters are calculated and then sent to the error compensation model to achieve dynamic compensation of measurement errors
HDM and its modifications all require calculation of the ratio of [[Hb].sub.b] values at various time points compared to an initial [[Hb].sub.b] determination; however, the effect of measurement errors
on the accuracy of these volume determinations has never been adequately explored.
It is relatively inexpensive to measure the alcohol content of wine reasonably precisely, although some of the devices used may entail larger measurement errors
Moreover, these measurement errors
are correlated: If potential output is overestimated, then the natural rate is overestimated, and the output gap is underestimated.
The effects of measurement errors
on relative risk regressions.
The goal in these traditional RAIM operating environments has been to eliminate large measurement errors
due to, for example, satellite clock or ephemeris failures, which can be caused by failures in the satellite or in the control segment.
Assumptions of statistical distributions of measurement errors
may be invalid if the NDE tool has a significant bias error.