imprecision


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im·pre·cise

 (ĭm′prĭ-sīs′)
adj.
Not precise.

im′pre·cise′ly adv.
im′pre·ci′sion (-sĭzh′ən) n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.imprecision - the quality of lacking precision
inexactitude, inexactness - the quality of being inaccurate and having errors
precision, preciseness - the quality of being reproducible in amount or performance; "he handled it with the preciseness of an automaton"; "note the meticulous precision of his measurements"
Translations
عَدَم دِقَّه
nepřesnost
upræcished
ónákvæmni
açık olmamabelirsizlik

imprecision

[ˌɪmprɪˈsɪʒən] N [of information, definition] → imprecisión f

imprecision

[ˌɪmprɪˈsɪʒən] nimprécision f

imprecision

imprecision

[ˌɪmprɪˈsɪʒn] nimprecisione f

imprecise

(impriˈsais) adjective
not clear; vague. Her directions were so imprecise that we lost our way.
ˌimpreˈcision noun
References in classic literature ?
They groped with aimless imprecision, tried to force their way out against the current, pushed and elbowed, struck at random, fell and were trampled, rose and trampled in their turn.
While these choices make use of data analysis, Manski demonstrates how statistical imprecision and identification problems often undermine clinical research and practice.
The reason for their irresponsibility is the imprecision of traffic police.
Analytical imprecision ([CV.sub.A]) for both tests was determined during replicate experiments using manufacturer-supplied materials.
Soft computing (SC) techniques can be used to tackle problems characterized by imprecision, uncertainty, and partial truth to achieve tractability and robustness at a low computational cost.
The minister said that Chief Minister Punjab directed that all possible measures should be taken for reducing hazardous smog and saving human health moreover instead of imprecision, all departments should join hands to work against it.
Relative combined uncertainty of each analyte was calculated by combining uncertainties of imprecision, bias and calibrators.
In the next step, the baseline control law is modified against ADC imprecision by incorporating the propagated sampling and quantization uncertainties on the control input into the DSMC formulation.
"Statistical imprecision for combined 'all anomalies' outcomes meant that upper 95% [confidence intervals] were 2.0 or above," the researchers wrote.
Among the topics are GIS use for mapping land degradation: a review of research carried out in Tunisia, an enhanced fuzzy-perceptory approach for dealing with geographic data imprecision from conceptual modeling to fuzzy geographical database building, extracting knowledge from geographical databases to produce land use data, geospatial and spatio-temporal analysis in health research, and a paradigm of improving land information management.
(3,6) Test values provide a measure of perceived disease severity; however, bias shifts test values away from error-free results, and random error (imprecision) generates a distribution that can be quantified as a band of results.