The difference between the value indicated by the transducer and the true value of the measurand being sensed Usually expressed in percent of full scale output
refers to: neural net, output A value that indicates the "quality" of a neural net's learning process Used by neural nets with supervised learning, by comparing the current output values with the desired output values of the net The smaller the net's error is, the better the net had been trained Usually the error is always a value greater than zero
An error occurs when an Emacs command cannot execute in the current circumstances When an error occurs, execution of the command stops (unless the command has been programmed to do otherwise) and Emacs reports the error by printing an error message (q v ) Type-ahead is discarded Then Emacs is ready to read another editing command
a mistake made in the design, sculpting, or execution of a lighthouse See also variation In collectibles, an error refers to something that should not have been released while a variation or modification is a change during production More about modifications
A condition that may occur within an application that is not correct, such as an invalid data value If detected by the application logic, the error should be properly handled within error-handling specifications If undetected, the error usually identifies a program defect and may result in an abnormal termination of the application processing and/or loss of data integrity
a wrong action attributable to bad judgment or ignorance or inattention; "he made a bad mistake"; "she was quick to point out my errors"; "I could understand his English in spite of his grammatical faults"
A nonrecoverable condition that causes the currently executing QuickDraw 3D routine to fail See also fatal error, notice, warning
An error is something you have done which is considered to be incorrect or wrong, or which should not have been done. NASA discovered a mathematical error in its calculations MPs attacked lax management and errors of judgment
The difference between the value indicated by the transducer and the true value of the measured being sensed Usually expressed in percent of full-scale output
n 1 (only in the phrase "is an error") a situation in which the semantics of a program are not specified, and in which the consequences are undefined 2 a condition which represents an error situation See section Error Terminology 3 an object of type error
If someone sees the error of their ways, they realize or admit that they have made a mistake or behaved badly. I wanted an opportunity to talk some sense into him and try to make him see the error of his ways. In applied mathematics, the difference between a value and an estimate of that value. In statistics, a common example is the difference between the mean age of a given group of people (see mean, median, and mode) and that of a sample drawn from the group. In numerical analysis, an example of round-off error is the difference between the true value of pi and commonly substituted expressions like 22 7 and shorter versions like 3.14159. Truncation error results from using only the first few terms of an infinite series. Relative error is the ratio of the size of an error to the size of the quantity measured, and percentage error is relative error expressed as a percent
(1) The difference between a computed, observed, or measured value or condition and the true specified, or theoretically correct value or condition (2) An incorrect step, process, or data definition Also: fault (3) An incorrect result Also: failure (4) A human action that produces an incorrect result Also: mistake 
(baseball) a failure of a defensive player to make an out when normal play would have sufficed departure from what is ethically acceptable a misconception resulting from incorrect information part of a statement that is not correct; "the book was full of errors"
The difference between a measurement and the true value of the quantity beingmeasured
A shot that fails to cross the net or lands out of the court, resulting in loss of the point See forced error; unforced error
A SAX parsing error is generally a validation error -- in other words, it occurs when an XML document is not valid, although it can also occur if the declaration specifies an XML version that the parser cannot handle See also: fatal error, warning
When there is line noise and one or more characters are changed This is especially noticeable when downloading or uploading a program In this case the error must be detected, and the data must be re-sent
Errors are defined as pages that visitors attempted to view, but that returned an error message instead Often these errors occur because of broken links (links to pages that do not exist anymore) or when an unauthorized visitor attempts to access restricted pages (for example, if the visitor does not have a password to access the page)
(baseball) a failure of a defensive player to make an out when normal play would have sufficed
The distance of results of observations, computations, or estimates from the true values or to values that are accepted as being true Also refers to the misclassification of thematic data Contrast with accuracy
The absolute difference between the payoff and the prediction as a proportion of the total prediction range
A SAX parsing error is generally a validation error-in other words, it occurs when an XML document is not valid, although it can also occur if the declaration specifies an XML version that the parser cannot handle See also: fatal error, warning
Without music, life would be a mistake. - Without music, life would be an error.
A request which resulted in an error code being sent to the browser The most common error is code 404 - File Not Found This usualy occurs when a request is mistyped There are also many other possible causes of errors Any HTTP result code, 400 or higher, is treated as an error by Summary
The algebraic difference between the indication by an instrument and the true value of the measured signal
A departing or deviation from the truth; falsity; false notion; wrong opinion; mistake; misapprehension
The difference between the observed value of a quantity and that which is taken or computed to be the true value; sometimes called residual error
The difference between the approximate result and the true result; used particularly in the rule of double position
A wandering or deviation from the right course or standard; irregularity; mistake; inaccuracy; something made wrong or left wrong; as, an error in writing or in printing; a clerical error
The difference between the output state and the commanded state of a servo-controlled system ESC Electronic Speed Control A device that connects the throttle function to the motor and provides proportional control over motor speed Expo Exponential throw A feature of control linkages or Tx programming that provides more sensitivity as stick displacement increases See also reverse expo
A fault of a player of the side in the field which results in failure to put out a player on the other side, or gives him an unearned base
The difference between an individual result and the true value of the quantity being measured
(Bilgisayar) Error Rate is a term that describes the degree of errors encountered during data transmission over a communications or network connection. The higher the Error Rate the less reliable the connection or data transfer will be. It can also refer to a physical hardware device as well as a software application where in many cases, it may be acceptable if a certain number of errors are generated. This is often referred to as the Error Rate and the acceptable level will vary according to the device being used. For instance, Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software, at present will have an error rate around five to ten percent
¾ the error handler either does UI (putting up an alert box or dialog), logs the error to a file, or it delegates the handling of the error to a parent error hander, if any exists For more information, see Appendix D, "Hardcopy "
In many cases, it may be acceptable if an input device generates a certain number of errors This is often referred to as the error rate and the acceptable level will vary according to the input device being used and the business application Optical character recognition, for example, is generally considered a comparatively unreliable means of entering data At present, a typical OCR software package will have an error rate of between five and ten per cent
A mistake made during the process of typing, especially one caused by a slip of the fingers resulting in the placement of a letter laying adjacent to the correct one into a word; often shortened to typo
Every care has been taken in the compilation of this document, and many checks have been carried out, the possibility of an error is always present in a work like this and that must be borne in mind by all users
Any of the following are counted as an "error": gettimeofday() returns a failure (the new NT gettimeofday() can fail) socket() fails (shortage of local resources) connect() fails (could be due to local system networking error, network error such as cables or router, or web server system error) error sending request to web server (could be due to local system error such as lack of memory, or network error Not caused by web server ) read() error while reading response from web server (could be cause by local system, network error, or web server) malformed response or HTTP error response code ( 300) from web server If the "-s" (save file) option is used then the data received by each request is saved in a file If there is an error opening this file (directory or disk full) then its an error
Whilst every care has been taken in the compilation of this document, and many checks have been carried out, the possibility of an error is always present in a work like this and that must be borne in mind by all users The author would be glad to be told of any errors detected
Many times when you get an ERROR, such as the wrong stuff showing up in your shopping cart, or pages just not working right, it is due to cached pages A number of search engines will cache web pages instead of running back and forth to retrieve new ones each time This often results in quicker loading pages but often they are outdated Try clicking REFRESH in your BROWSER Often you can simply try again!
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