, for the linear measurement error
model, using the corrected likelihood .
That means the value of the measurement error
of attribute a in [-n(a), +n(a)].
Vivisecting Measurement Error
across Multiple Tasks Using Generalizability Theory
Moreover, wideband antennas like spiral typically have 5 degrees phase tracking error in their range of view which should be added to the phase measurement error
When the results of multiple hearing tests were averaged, more than half of the apparent noise-induced hearing losses had disappeared, a finding consistent with measurement error
Denoting the revised output gap as [x.sub.t] = [y.sub.t] - [y.sup.*.sub.t], the real-time gap is equal to the revised gap plus the measurement error
, [[??].sub.t] = [x.sub.t] + [z.sub.t].
of Massachusetts) offers an overview of the strategies used for dealing with measurement error
in complex models and the use of extra data to estimate measurement error
Additionally, the effects of different temperatures on the C[O.sub.2] measurement error
, the impact of different C[O.sub.2] concentration levels on the recorded C[O.sub.2] error of the sensors, the significance of the calibration temperature on the accuracy of the C[O.sub.2] measurements, and the effects of different humidity levels on the C[O.sub.2] measurements were examined to determine which parameters affect the accuracy of the C[O.sub.2] concentration measurements.
The companies developed an experimental transmission system within Fujitsu Laboratories that emulates an optical network, and with about 10 thousand pieces of data verified that this technology could estimate OSNR with a measurement error
of 1%, and could estimate modulation format and symbol rate with a measurement error
However, there is much space for improvement in the measurement error
of the RDPF sensor.
For example, an increase in the measurement error
from 0.5% to 1.5% SD produced a shift in the estimated X value for BV from 51 to only 5.051.