absolute value of an error

absolute value of an error
  1. абсолютное значение погрешности

 

абсолютное значение погрешности
Значение погрешности без учета ее знака (модуль погрешности).
Примечание. Необходимо различать термины абсолютная погрешность и абсолютное значение погрешности.
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Тематики

  • метрология, основные понятия

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  • absolute value of an error

FR

  • valeur absolue d´une erreur


Англо-русский словарь нормативно-технической терминологии. . 2015.

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