After eliminating possible sources of error, we believe that the duration of the Venusian day must have changed over the 16 years," the researchers said.
What does PSOE stand for?
PSOE stands for Possible Sources of Error
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 2 other meanings of PSOE in our Acronym Attic
- Personal Sense of Destiny (religious doctrine)
- Philippine Society for Orphan Disorders
- Private Sector Operations Department (Asian Development Bank)
- Professional Services on Demand
- Psychology of Organizations and Development (Texas)
- Purple Screen of Death (VMware ESX server crash)
- Phantasy Star Online for the Dreamcast (game)
- Parti Socialiste Ouvrier Espagnol (French: Spanish Socialist Workers Party)
- Partido Socialista Obrero Español (Spanish Socialist Workers Party)
- Philosophical Society of England (UK)
- Potential Security of Employment (lecture position; California)
- Public Safety Officers Educational Assistance
- Purdue School of Engineering and Technology (Indiana Unversity-Purdue University at Indianapolis)
- Peace Support Operation Facility (EU)
- Perfect Strangers of Finland (est. 1998; Deep Purple Appreciation Society)
- Phase-Stabilized Optical Fiber (physics)
- Pirate Ship of Fools (website)
- Planet Soldier of Fortune (online game forum)
- Pseudo Start of Frame
- Planar Solid Oxide Fuel Cell
Samples in periodicals archive:
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] Other possible sources of error in the SCADA data include: 1.
With this demand comes the expectation of a high level of accuracy despite the challenges regularly faced by data analysts (to identify or anticipate all the possible sources of error and correct them when they can change so frequently).
To qualify a machine tool in all 21 possible sources of error, however, requires attention to the total machining center process, including geometry.
There are two main possible sources of error, namely, the error in the experimental results and the error in modeling of the foaming process.