Since in SCS Method, correspondingly, flood discharge was calculate with its rainfall, thus the rate of error in comparison with methods based only on the surface area is reduced and maximum error is related to Solaghan basin and minimum rate of error is related to Keshar basin.
What does MAXERR stand for?
MAXERR stands for Maximum Error
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Maximum/Threshold Crossing
- Mid-Atlantic Xterra Club
- Maximum Capture
- Maximum Cell Transfer Delay
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- Maximum Distance-To-Noise Ratio
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- Maxwell Resources
- Maximum Elevation (water reservoir, for flow)
- Maximum Entropy Methods (in Science and Engineering; workshop)
- Modular Architecture for the Exchange of Information
- Maximize Indefinite Delivery (contract type)
- Magnetic and Atmospheric X-Ray Imaging Experiment
- MicroArcsecond X-Ray Imaging Mission (NASA)
- Multi-Axial Monolithic Integrated Accelerometer
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- Maximum Speed Parameters
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The Model FD 1000/30-3 gauge has a reading of 0-001 mm with a measuring range of 3 mm and maximum error of 3 microns.
For results based on the sample of 800 Kosovo Albanians, one can say with 95% confidence that the maximum error attributable to sampling and other random effects is 4 percentage points.
The three-dimensional sight of the ''vision sensor'' is so accurate that the maximum error between what it sees and the actual location of the parts is only ''plus or minus 0.
This is particularly problematic in special education research where "we are often attempting to measure behavior and performance at the extremes of the normal distribution, wherein lies the maximum error of measurement" (McKinney, 1994, p.
For results based on samples of this size, one can say with 95% confidence that the maximum error attributable to sampling and other random effects is [+ or -]3 percentage points.