Therefore, body diagonal displacement is an efficient measurement of the volumetric error
01 for the interaction of treatment x sex), reflecting a tendency to increase the error
rate in males but to decrease the rate significantly in females.
The D-element provides Derivative error
in the form of ambiguity or punning, in the works of Rabelais and Tabourot des Accords, is the subject of chapter 7.
The most common cause of a medication error
was performance deficit- when a health care provider has the necessary knowledge and experience but does not perform accordingly
--failure to administer an ordered dose-was the most co common on type of error
(29% of all errors
), follow d by improper dose (21%) and prescribing errors
and problems associated with condom use are common among single, male college students, a cross-sectional survey shows.
The type of error
introduced by the fact that we are looking at a sample, which is expected to differ from the true population value and from other samples is called sampling error
Researchers at NIST have developed a new technique for modeling and implementing a method for minimizing the quantization errors
that often accumulate in electronically generated time bases.
8-Change-In-Terms Notice; Error
Resolution Notice, under 8(b) Error
Resolution Notice, a new paragraph 2.
For the Y-axis, the maximum vertical straightness error
(deviation in the x-direction) is 0.
The actuator is adjusted using a position error
signal (PES), which is the difference between the measured position computed from the servo pattern and the desired position of the head.
Where is the medical error
equivalent of ACT-UP, which could stand, in this case, for Action to Control the Travesties of Uninformed Physicians?
In the past few years, theorists have proposed that quantum computers could surmount their error
-prone nature by continually fixing errors
as they crop up (SN: 2/21/98, p.
applies across the range of measurements, and could become more important near the upper and lower specification.