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Uncertainty of the estimates will be provided by considering error propagation.
The sensor also provides an accurate range receiver, improved precision inertial sensors, advanced geo-positioning algorithms, precise internal/external event timing and rigorous error propagation to generate real-time targeting information.
Other subjects include dependability analysis of diffusion protocols in wireless networks with heterogeneous node capabilities, analysis of inter-module error propagation paths in monolithic operating system kernels, and codesign and simulated fault injection of safety-critical embedded systems using SystemC.
For each layer of data combined in a GIS analysis, additional uncertainty in the analysis process will be introduced because of error propagation.
One nice chapter does review error propagation (Chapter 10), but this chapter is intended to serve as an appendix or supplement to understanding the operational models.
The study of map error and map error propagation raises a distinct set of problems that go beyond traditional error analysis (Taylor 1982).
With reduced sample input requirements and high fidelity sequencing results sufficient to detect single nucleotide variations, NuGEN's linear amplification enables preservation of copy number changes with small amounts of starting DNA without risk of forming chimeras or polymerase error propagation.
Video MOS scores that incorporate the effect of packet impairments on different video frame types, GoP error propagation, video bandwidth, video codec, bandwidth limitation and other factors