The accuracy of the hyperbolic tangent approximation is evaluated using average and maximum error
with variable m size memory and g amplification of signal [bar.
50 Table 2: Maximum Errors
Method <2000 2001-2500 2501-3000 3001-3500 >3501 Tiwari & Sood (1989) Johnson's USG 430 740 500 1000 700 620 550 300 400 400 Bhandhary Amritha & et al (2004) Johnson's USG 1135 770 815 675 175 702 774 653 634 474 Present study Johnson's USG 890 1000 1140 1125 363 500 540 618 700 450 Table 3: Over and Under Estimations Tiwari & Sood (1989) Sharma & Bhardwaj (2002) Method Over- Under- Over- Under- estimation estimation estimation estimation Johnson's 38% 62% 44.
The maximum error
level observed in the transformed field of the horn antenna operating at 10 GHz against a varying multipole order and considering 3 buffer boxes is shown in Fig.
1 Classical validation parameters Maximum error
In all sub basin, evaluation of selected method showed that Horton method has a minimum error and maximum error
is related to Krieger.
For example, the maximum error
in the length for 1 [micro]rad of second order scale error is 5.
Absolute maximum error
during training and testing is shown in Table 3.
The motor offers 20 full steps per revolution in full step mode, and it is capable of 160 microsteps per revolution with a maximum error
of [+ or -]0.
The maximum error
was approximately [+ or -]25% and the error became large with distance and angle between the trigger sensor and the source.
54 or ISO 230-6 body diagonal displacement maximum error
without compensation is 0.
Assuming that load forecast errors are normally distributed random variables, the maximum error
can be determined by standard deviation of forecast errors:
The goal is to hit a maximum error
margin of about plus or minus two percent, which in large metropolitan areas may mean needing as many as 2500 questionnaire respondents.