RBE

(redirected from Rule-Based Error)
AcronymDefinition
RBERender Back End
RBERule Based Engine
RBERouted Bridge Encapsulation
RBERelative Biological Effectiveness
RBERouted Bridge Encapsulation (Cisco)
RBERainbow Effect
RBEReport by Exception
RBEResource-Based Economy (social economic theory)
RBERed Bloon Equivalent (gaming)
RBERigid Body Element (finite element analysis)
RBERegular Band-Edge (photonic crystal)
RBERepeated Bout Effect (weight training)
RBERobotics Engineering (Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Worcester, MA)
RBERelative Biological Efficiency
RBERadiobiological Effectiveness
RBERemain Behind Equipment
RBERemote Browser Emulator
RBERouter-Based Encryption
RBERemain Behind Element
RBERange-Bearing-Elevation
RBEResponsible Business Enterprise
RBERule-Based Engine
RBERequirement Based Engineering
RBERegional Business Environment
RBERight Below Elbow (amputation)
RBEReliability Benchmark Exercises
RBERule-Based Error
RBERunecats Beta Exchange
RBERegular Bipartite Ensemble
RBEReport Builder Extension (software)
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The other two systems, ME+CR and CRF+CR, are the proposed methods which combine an ML classifier and the rule-based error modifier.
According to the definition of R and M, the difference from the accumulated number of tuples for in the dark line to that in the light line means the amount of improvement when the rule-based error modifier is applied.
The proposed decision function determines the threshold value and prevents the application of the rule-based error modifier from the tuples whose difference value is greater than the threshold value.
The third cluster of outcomes, including "part damaged during repair" "system operated unsafely during maintenance," and "wrong equipment or part installed," was associated with knowledge-based and rule-based errors and, to a lesser extent, with violations.
Fatigue, however, was not associated with an increase in the prevalence of violations, rule-based errors, or knowledge-based errors.
These were violations, slips, knowledge-based errors, and rule-based errors.
Knowledge--and rule-based errors, however, were linked with training and procedures, respectively, factors that may represent longstanding organizational issues.
Of particular note was the finding that fatigue was associated with failures to carry out intentions (such as memory lapses and perceptual errors) but was not associated with knowledge-based or rule-based errors.