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  • Luckily, even with noisy data, the stimulus can still be reconstructed within acceptable error bounds.
  • Finally benchmarks by error type which set " acceptable error rates " would ideally be in place.
  • The more difficult problem is to determine how many steps are needed to converge to the stationary distribution within an acceptable error.
  • None of this stuff is in place here, and we do not even know what " acceptable error rates " would look like.
  • The product is accepted on a royalty schedule depending on the software meeting set stage-wise specifications with acceptable error levels in performance tests.
  • It runs algorithms on supplied data in order to detect DMRs, and allows the researcher to focus on target regions and choose an acceptable error rate.
  • Believing Bowden to be a man of integrity, these lapses fall easily enough into the specific category of acceptable error and the general heading of unacceptable vigilance.
  • To be practical, an iterative IIR filter should require fewer computations, counting all iterations to achieve an acceptable error, compared to an FIR filter with similar performance.
  • Either what's been going on is excusable as an acceptable error rate for his high level of activity, or else it's not excusable and there's a desysop.
  • That argues that the ruination of even three innocents in 10, or the security clearance mistakenly given a small colony of moles in the CIA, is acceptable error.
  • The error rate for payments is now less than 0.2 per cent, less than half the 0.5 per cent acceptable error rate as defined by the Novopay technical review.
  • There are several guidelines for managers when trying to establish a healthy risk-taking work environment : Accept mistakes Subordinates must be taught that acceptable errors are part of the cost of development.
  • The only acceptable error rate is zero, which means that as long as there is an error rate above zero, we must continue putting substantial effort into reducing the error rate still further,
  • Just what are the numbers you're working with, as far as ranges for X and Y of the " universe ", number of rectangles we need to check against, and the acceptable error rate?
  • He noted that a solicitation in 2000 by the research arm of the Justice Department, the National Institute of Justice, had asked forensic scientists to prove that fingerprinting allows analysts to produce correct results with acceptable error rates.
  • At the time, the general method to compute the inverse square root was to calculate an approximation for } }, then revise that approximation via another method until it came within an acceptable error range of the actual result.
  • In early 1999, the Justice Department's research arm, the National Institute of Justice, started putting together a call for studies to come up with standardized, statistically tested procedures for comparing fingerprints that " produce correct results with acceptable error rates ."
  • This would say the same thing without inventing new symbols while also giving you the opportunity to precisely define the amount of acceptable error ( \ epsilon, or " epsilon " ) for " approximately equal " if you choose to.
  • It said the field needed more evidence for the idea that fingerprint analysis really can link a print to only the person who made it, and that the field needed standardized analysis procedures that are shown to work with acceptable error rates.
  • A typical sample and hold circuit stores electric charge in a capacitor and contains at least one switching device such as a volatile, but the loss of voltage ( " voltage drop " ) within a specified hold time remains within an acceptable error margin.
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