correction factor


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correction factor

A number by which a measured value is multiplied to correct for systematic measurement error.
See also: factor
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The dependency between the number of iterations and the correction factor is presented in Fig.
When preparing the ballistic chart, multiply the MOA come-ups from your ballistic program by the correction factor.
The texture analysis is influenced by the correction factor at each Ps angle, which is dependent on the 2th position and width or size of the receiving slit and collimator.
the experiment to acquire the measured data that are to be used to derive the Transient Correction Factor (TCF) calculation formula (TCF formula); Process (ii), i.
For each temporal survey of each transect, we used the survival function resulting from the top exponential regression model to develop a persistence-rate correction factor for each combination of species, road type and position.
This ISO gas meter wet gas correction factor is the most comprehensive yet produced.
The Route Manager enables users to identify each location with a description, an emissivity value, a window correction factor (if applicable), and a unique identifier.
cap, m] was set equal to 1 and then the temperature correction factor coefficients for capacity in Equation 3 were found through linear regression using only data points where [[?
However, over the range of conditions pertinent to NIST measurements, the effect on the air-attenuation correction factor appears to be negligible.
Like Eurofer, Eurometaux is particularly critical of the cross-sectoral correction factor.
The correction factor was made necessary by the carbon leakage list (sensitive sectors, threatened with relocation): given the many sectors on this list, a large number of installations is eligible for a high level of free allowances.