Misadjustment

Related to Misadjustment: maladjusted, maladjustment

Mis`ad`just´ment


n.1.Wrong adjustment; unsuitable arrangement.
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When u decreases, both the convergence rate and misadjustment decrease.
For non-constant modulus signals, such as high-order QAM signals which have been used for a long time in LTE mobile networks [5], it suffers a relatively large misadjustment resulting in a large steady-state MSE [4, 6].
According to Santaemilia, "self-censorships may include all the imaginable forms of elimination, distortion, downgrading, misadjustment, infidelity, and so on" (2008: 224).
Misadjustment Scale (IS) (Echeburua, Corral, & Fernandez-Montalvo, 2000).
It was identified a bias current which reflect a misadjustment of the servo-valve.
Variable step size adaptive schemes offer a possible solution allowing achieving both fast initial convergence and low steady state misadjustment [3-7].
Misadjustment in the cistern (fashionably hidden behind the wall, naturally) causing an overflow back into the toilet.
Generally, a large convergence factor or parameter step-size leads to faster convergence but result in large misadjustment [3].
The slim textbook develops the matrix for the reflection at a spherical mirror, analyzes the sensitivity of an optical system to misadjustment, considers the effect of a rotation about the optical axis in an anamorphic system, and presents design approaches for several triplet systems.
The sealed print head on the Linx 4900 protects critical components from risk of damage or misadjustment that could affect print quality.
Rather, he refers to a further fictionalizing act of mind that follows the passive moment of imagination, a supplementary act of "interpretation" that implicitly translates to a new dimension the misadjustment of mind and world in which the dance of images is born.
However, if you plan to use a laser collimator in Step 3, you should be aware that even a tiny misadjustment here will throw off the final collimation.