systematic error


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systematic error

The residual error after random error has been subtracted from total error. See: bias; proportional error
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Simulations show that the application of the AS algorithm significantly reduces the expected systematic error of both IpDFT methods, however the maximum error for RVCI increases (Table I) and there are few signal frequencies with noticeably greater error (Fig.
These errors are not corrected by calibration and, therefore, are other sources of systematic error above and beyond error [h.sub.i] caused by RM noncommutability.
Through mathematical analysis of the systematic error, it is known that the periodic error in the flow sensor satisfies a Dirichlet condition (DC) in the period [0, T], and therefore the periodic error in the dynamic measurements can be decomposed into an infinite series of linear combinations of trigonometric functions:
In Table 2 shows the calculated values of [epsilon]' for [[epsilon].sub.vat] = [infinity] [??] [[epsilon].sub.vat] = 81 for different values of the volumetric moisture content, as well as the values of the systematic errors of the mathematical model in the frequency range 100 MHz - 1 GHz, which are defined as ([[epsilon]'.sub.m] - [[epsilon]'.sub.81])/ [[epsilon]'.sub.[infinity]] ([[epsilon]'.sub.[infinity]], ND [[epsilon]'.sub.81] are the equivalent dielectric permittivities of a layered medium for [[epsilon].sub.vat] = [infinity], [[epsilon].sub.vat] = 81 and [[epsilon].sub.nld] = 2).
The systematic errors relate to the calibration parameters comprising the scale factor, misalignment, and bias errors of the sensors.
These cases involved simulation of the effect of a systematic error of translation (e.g., a datum error).
After removing of systematic errors (biases) from the measurement results obtained data are given in Fig.
If the random error in equation (1) is zero then instrument is termed as reliable and if both systematic error as well as random error are zero then instrument considered as valid.
Using the systematic error correction method, Barbetta (1994) investigated whether a teacher should immediately correct the student, or whether the teacher should record the student's missed words and then assist the student with those words at the end of the passage.
They also blamed the minister, who was appointed 19 months ago, for "systematic errors" that have led to critical complications among patients and the deaths of 19 sickle cell patients since the start of the year.
total stations, levels, Global Navigation Satellite Systems), accuracies and the systematic errors of most of the available laser scanners are not well-known.
These calculations are what help us to determine whether an error is an increased random error or a systematic error. You now have all of the necessary information to successfully manage your external QC program.

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