mismeasure

(redirected from mismeasurements)

mismeasure

(ˌmɪsˈmɛʒə)
vb (tr)
to measure inaccurately or incorrectly
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014

mismeasure


Past participle: mismeasured
Gerund: mismeasuring

Imperative
mismeasure
mismeasure
Present
I mismeasure
you mismeasure
he/she/it mismeasures
we mismeasure
you mismeasure
they mismeasure
Preterite
I mismeasured
you mismeasured
he/she/it mismeasured
we mismeasured
you mismeasured
they mismeasured
Present Continuous
I am mismeasuring
you are mismeasuring
he/she/it is mismeasuring
we are mismeasuring
you are mismeasuring
they are mismeasuring
Present Perfect
I have mismeasured
you have mismeasured
he/she/it has mismeasured
we have mismeasured
you have mismeasured
they have mismeasured
Past Continuous
I was mismeasuring
you were mismeasuring
he/she/it was mismeasuring
we were mismeasuring
you were mismeasuring
they were mismeasuring
Past Perfect
I had mismeasured
you had mismeasured
he/she/it had mismeasured
we had mismeasured
you had mismeasured
they had mismeasured
Future
I will mismeasure
you will mismeasure
he/she/it will mismeasure
we will mismeasure
you will mismeasure
they will mismeasure
Future Perfect
I will have mismeasured
you will have mismeasured
he/she/it will have mismeasured
we will have mismeasured
you will have mismeasured
they will have mismeasured
Future Continuous
I will be mismeasuring
you will be mismeasuring
he/she/it will be mismeasuring
we will be mismeasuring
you will be mismeasuring
they will be mismeasuring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been mismeasuring
you have been mismeasuring
he/she/it has been mismeasuring
we have been mismeasuring
you have been mismeasuring
they have been mismeasuring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been mismeasuring
you will have been mismeasuring
he/she/it will have been mismeasuring
we will have been mismeasuring
you will have been mismeasuring
they will have been mismeasuring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been mismeasuring
you had been mismeasuring
he/she/it had been mismeasuring
we had been mismeasuring
you had been mismeasuring
they had been mismeasuring
Conditional
I would mismeasure
you would mismeasure
he/she/it would mismeasure
we would mismeasure
you would mismeasure
they would mismeasure
Past Conditional
I would have mismeasured
you would have mismeasured
he/she/it would have mismeasured
we would have mismeasured
you would have mismeasured
they would have mismeasured
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
References in periodicals archive ?
But correcting for these mismeasurements in the digital economy only deepens the productivity slowdown in the bulk of the non-technology economy and strengthens our case: unleashing the rest of the economy to innovate with information will revive economic growth over the next two decades.
Finally, estimates of mismeasurements, even if they're right, are not large enough to offset the full extent of the slowdown or replace much of the implied lost output.
Success requires untangling and isolating an inherently complicated set of possible contributing factors involving mismeasurements and data collection problems, changing investment functions, ongoing domestic and cross-border structural changes, institutional decay factors, demographic changes, and spillovers from years of deficient aggregate demand.
Some critics claim that productivity growth is currently understated because of mismeasurement, due to the upward bias in price indexes that fails to take account of the benefits of quality change and new products.
The mismeasurement hypothesis would imply you should see a larger slowdown if IT is more important in that country, because productivity mismeasurements are supposedly attached to these kinds of products.
Abstract The "mismeasurement hypothesis" holds that the recent slowdown in recorded productivity growth merely reflects a fall-off in our ability to measure productivity rather than an actual deceleration in economic growth, in large part reflecting benefits people gain, but don't pay for, from using new technology applications.
Keywords Productivity * Mismeasurement * Technology
The other, which may be related, is that such mismeasurements of the output gap (by up to 10 percent) persisting for years throughout the 1970s are difficult to believe.
The mismeasurement is apparent when we compare the green book output gaps with an output gap computed from the whole sample now available to us, as a deviation from trend (obviously information that policymakers did not have in real time).
Still, when the job is completed, there is usually a trail of nail holes from false starts due to mismeasurements, unsteady hands, or other mishaps.
Brynjolfsson [3] argues that lack of positive evidence is due to mismeasurements of outputs and inputs, lags in learning and adjustment, redistribution and dissipation of profits, and mismanagement of IT.
opening--it took us 15 minutes with a hand plane to increase the opening size before the oven would fit.) The computers that many consultants and designers use can offer many design options for your kitchen, but can't anticipate mismeasurements you may feed into them.