補正, 修正, 訂正, 是正, 添削, 更正, 直し, 加筆, 修訂, コレクション, 正誤, 感化
Noun(1) the act of offering an improvement to replace a mistake; setting right(2) a quantity that is added or subtracted in order to increase the accuracy of a scientific measure(3) something substituted for an error(4) a rebuke for making a mistake(5) a drop in stock market activity or stock prices following a period of increases(6) the act of disciplining(7) treatment of a specific defect
(1) Efforts aimed at ensuring data collection, correction of data and technical errors as well as engaging in re-engineering of processes and procedures would continue, he added.(2) They didn't note that they had made such a correction , of course, because admitting error is beneath them.(3) The authors make one statement that needs correction .(4) Brass ingot makers also are trying to keep inventories at a minimum as the market remains gripped by the nervousness of many market players anticipating a price correction .(5) I did some colour correction in the running sequence so that one of the streams didn't seem to have less cyan in it than the other two.(6) Its prisons and correction facilities release convicted criminals when they have served their sentence.(7) He believes that exchange rate stability has partially resulted from a correction of the overshooting in valuation of the dollar following the pound's depreciation in 2003.(8) In order to predict positions of the satellites, it was necessary to introduce a correction for the earth's motion - or the sun's motion, in the old astronomy.(9) We hope the next house will be something we can grow with and hold onto for a good 10-15 years, so maybe any temporary market correction is moot.(10) We use a standard correction for this underestimation, as follows.(11) isotopic ratios are presented normalized to NBS SRM981 using a fractionation correction of 0.101% per a.m.u(12) Barring a recession or a major stock-market correction of high-tech stocks, Conway doesn't expect housing prices to fall.(13) In many similar cases, it has been possible to determine the actual transient absorption spectrum after correction for the stimulated emission.(14) It deals with facts rather than judgments; in journalistic usage, a correction sets right an inaccuracy.(15) P values reported are unadjusted for multiple comparisons, but the results stand after correction with the Bonferroni method.(16) There is no self-adjustment or correction - only augmentation.
(1) error correction :: 誤り訂正
1. discipline ::
Different Formscorrection, correctional, corrections
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