miscorrelation

miscorrelation

(ˌmɪskɒrəˈleɪʃən)
n
an incorrect correlation
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In order to obtain a quantitative assessment of the performance of two algorithms, a set of performance metrics, including miscorrelation rate, correct correlation rate, average time for hypothesis per scan, and the optimal subpattern assignment distance, are introduced and the detailed description could be found in [21].
(a) Miscorrelation rate of true tracks ([R.sub.MC]): we use the miscorrelation rate to measure the data association quality.
Apatite phenocryst compositions demonstrate a miscorrelation between the Millbrig and Kinnekulle K-bentonites of North America and Scandinavia.
He subsequently retracted the formation names (Bell 1943) due to problems in correlating units inland, arising in part from miscorrelation of the coal-bearing strata of Spicers Cove with those of Division 4 to the north at Joggins.
HBM-TLP Testing Miscorrelation: Experiences, Explanations, Solutions
Weinstein and colleagues1 reported a 98% concordance in interpretation of breast cases but noted that when equivocal interpretations were included as miscorrelations to definitive diagnoses in more challenging cases, the concordance rate dropped to 89%.