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error correction

n
(Computer Science) computing the automatic correction of errors in data that arise from missing or distorted digital pulses
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Fujitsu, together with Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd., developed a proprietary error correction technology in 2004 that takes into consideration delay times and changes in bandwidth, in order to enable highly reliable video transmission on connections where data quality could not be guaranteed.
The 25 Gigabit Ethernet Consortium, established to develop 25 Gbps and faster Ethernet specifications, has announced the availability of a low-latency forward error correction (FEC) specification for 50 Gbps, 100 Gbps and 200 Gbps Ethernet networks, the company said.
The evidence suggests that students of writing skills value, expect and really want error correction to achieve accuracy in their writings (Ferris, 1995; Hedgcock and Lefkowitz 1994; Komura 1999; Leki 1991).
With the error correction capacity of QR code, QR code reader can decode the QR code public message, but the private message can only be retrieved by the authored user.
"In that sense, we are 'hacking' the generally accepted coding for error correction," Professor Bartlett said.
[11] proposed a (n, n) threshold scheme for cases that n is no less than 3, in which the secret image and cover images are all binary QR codes with the same version and the same level of error correction. Wan et al.
Next, an asymmetric vector error correction model was estimated to examine whether retail fuel margins behave asymmetrically in either amount or pattern to positive versus negative changes in crude petroleum prices.
The White Paper, "Broadcasters Can't Miss With Hitless Technology," argues that "hitless" protection switching overcomes the limitations of forward error correction and packet retransmission protocols, and provides "a field-proven way to reliably deliver signals across many different network topologies."
Insup Shin, Jae-Joon Kim et al (2013) analysed a new timing error correction scheme which allows each pipeline stage to halt for one cycle only.
The structure of this paper is as follows: the second section mainly introduces the least square support vector machine algorithm and error correction principle; The third section introduces the modeling data and evaluation index of two wind farms; the fourth section describes the power of the prediction results and error analysis of the simulation of two wind farm power data at home and abroad and the fifth section summarizes the full text and makes a prospect.
In second language teaching the terms error correction, error treatment and corrective feedback refer to teachers' responses to learners' errors.