impreciseness


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Synonyms for impreciseness

the quality of lacking precision

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The fuzzy rough membership function brings sensitivity to noisy samples and handles impreciseness in training samples giving robust results.
Research, as a technological manifestation of science, in this case social science, mimics the impreciseness of the human epistemic capacity, and, yet, from this impreciseness, creativity and perspective are fashioned.
Impreciseness in structural systems usually arises from the complexity of the involved parameters.
Actually, uncertainty, which worsens the tracking efficiency, is ubiquitous in sensor networks due to factors such as the impreciseness of positioning systems, environment noise and sensing irregularity.
Cockburn talked about his personal experience to prove the impreciseness and the incredibility of the media coverage, saying that when he was wandering in the Iranian capital on Feb 27th he didn't see any demonstrations in it, but later he watched a video on the You Tube showing a demonstration in Tehran with acts of violence which was given the same date.
The impreciseness in the concept of "ethnic problems" derives from the diversity of meanings given to both words in the expression.
Devoid of the exoticism that still hinders the entrance of many contemporary Andean novels into a greater canon, El viajero de Praga employs its characters (many of whom appear in his subsequent fiction) for subtly interlaced themes of adventure, identity, randomness, and time, all within the impreciseness of history.
Zadeh [18] in 1965 first introduced Fuzzy set as a mathematical way of representing impreciseness or vagueness in everyday life.
The term "conflict" is used to describe all situations that can trigger a reaction from learners, including inconsistency, incompleteness, contradiction, and impreciseness.
If the Talmudic sages in their pragmatic, hence wise and humane, reading of God's word can be compared to the crew of the Pequod in Melville's Moby-Dick, a crew despised by the purist Ahab for the petty pragmatism and the imaginative impreciseness of its interpretations of the whale, then the Karaites are like Ahab, destructively monomaniacal in their pursuit of that which cannot be known because it is Absolute, hence outside the realm accessible to the inhabitants of immanence.
Although the text simulates impreciseness in its geographical organization, Azevedo Bandeira's names become another example of Borges'suse of etyrnology to conjure space and time, reinforcing the character's identity and origin.
Christiansen's impreciseness about this job, not to mention the
CT evidence is essential for each particular patient studied, because reliance only on statistics is subject to the impreciseness of ranges and standards of deviation.
For example: "I'm going to take my things and go to the park" or "Wrap the stuff over there with this towel" illustrate this impreciseness that frequently occurs.
The impreciseness of racial categories, as well as the history of racial discrimination in the United States, has contributed to skepticism about the use of race in the clinical setting.