truncation error

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Noun1.truncation error - (mathematics) a miscalculation that results from cutting off a numerical calculation before it is finished
miscalculation, misestimation, misreckoning - a mistake in calculating
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29], the truncation error decreased with the increase of past horizon h, but the computational time became larger.
The central difference scheme has a truncation error of order (Eq.
ORA,E] is the truncation error resulting from truncating the infinite series in (10) at n = N.
Their coefficients are obtained numerically by minimizing a least-squares functional of the local truncation error for plane wave solutions in any direction.
Newell and Crawford estimated the scan area truncation error [3] by utilizing the measured near-field data.
Even though the new scheme and the standard representation both represent fourth order accuracy, the compact method should generate slightly more correct results due to smaller coefficients of the truncation error terms.
Following Fatunla [12] and Lambert [22] we define the local truncation error associated with (3) to be the linear difference operator
We deduce a sampling series in terms of these functions for Hankel-band-limited signals and derive bounds for the truncation error of the sampling series.
A Meissl modified Vanicek and Kleusberg kernel to reduce the truncation error in gravimetric geoid determination, J.
But, just as with S-parameter simulation, repeated use of the convolution integral leads to errors in results caused by local truncation error.
From the latter linear equation it is obvious that the 4-stage explicit Runge-Kutta method has local truncation error E(h) = [Kh.