Mixed signals, bad timing and this kind of uncalibrated
brinksmanship is how World War I began and spiraled out of control.
These errors, Kenya Bureau of Standards (Kebs) argued, resulted from use of uncalibrated
Figure 13 illustrates the changes in MVV predictions resulting from the uncalibrated
dispensing pumps and those not delivering the correct quantity of sales shall be clearly marked 'out-of-order" and padlocked until they are recalibrated and resealed by an authorized city personnel,'' Avenido noted.
The pavement performance predictions obtained through the software, using uncalibrated
and calibrated data, were compared with the pavement measured distresses.
In addition, we will see the problem of noise power non-uniformity or uncalibrated
receivers effect (see paragraph-4 of the section-1).
Thanks to an elevated row of Owens's many clock paintings, in which the hours tick by in real (though uncalibrated
) time against a gamut of different compositions, the medium of painting seemed to have become a clockwatcher, eager to be timely, worried about aging.
The VIIRS instrument is the first-ever calibrated satellite radiometer designed to measure nighttime lights--earlier investigations were often based on an uncalibrated
sensor on a military satellite.
By moving the uncalibrated
forecast probabilities (solid circles) horizontally toward the perfect reliability diagonal (open circles), the forecast probabilities can be corrected to be more reliable, keeping the observed frequency of occurrence unchanged.
where [alpha] is the calibration factor, z is the measurement height (m), a is the ramp amplitude (K), [tau] is the ramp period (s), H' is uncalibrated
sensible heat flux, [rho] is air density, and [c.sub.p] is the specific heat capacity of air.
Without loss of generality, we assume that the first [M.sub.tc] and [M.sub.rc] antennas of the transmit and receive arrays are calibrated, respectively, whereas the rest of the sensors are uncalibrated
with unknown gain-phase uncertainties.