truncation error


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(mathematics) a miscalculation that results from cutting off a numerical calculation before it is finished

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In the case of a small horizon, the truncation error of Markov parameters is large; that means the approximation of [[bar.
As a result, the local truncation error of these 3-D Laplacian approximations is formally O(h).
1 that as the truncation error bounds becomes tighter as the truncation level, N, increases.
We chose combinations that will reduce the local truncation error or global dispersion error.
probe positioning error compensation [8-10], effect of random errors [11], reduction of measurement area truncation error [12, 13], analysis of system phase errors [14], methods to reduce leakage errors [15], etc.
In [30, 31, 211 22] the truncation error estimates were obtained for particular classes of band--limited functions and some illustrative examples were given.
A new formula for evaluating the truncation error coefficient, J.
The larger the truncation error is, the smaller the number of cutsets will be produced.
1960), the truncation error of the remote zone can be reduced by introducing a modification of Stokes' formula.
There are two sources of error in this equation, truncation error and roundoff error.
2000) are significant; second, to minimize the truncation error to ensure that the available global models are accurate enough, i.
C ON EXIT, ERROR(l) CONTAINS AN ESTIMATE C OF THE RELATIVE ERROR WHICH SHOULD BE C AN UPPER BOUND FOR C C ABS(TRUEVALUE AT VALT - FZINV) / C ABS(TRUEVALUE AT VALT) C C ON EXIT, ERROR(2) CONTAINS AN ESTIMATE C OF THE ABSOLUTE ERROR WHICH SHOULD BE C AN UPPER BOUND FOR C C ABS(TRUEVALUE AT VALT - FZINV) C C ON EXIT, ERROR(3) CONTAINS AN ESTIMATE C OF THE TRUNCATION ERROR MADE IN C CALCULATING FZINV.
Apart from the intentionally left truncation error, the accuracy of the calculated group delay flatness curve is better than 1 ns.
Interestingly, though the predictions obtained using the low frequency spectrum were good at low frequencies they showed a large truncation error at higher frequencies.