truncation error

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n truncation error (mathematics) a miscalculation that results from cutting off a numerical calculation before it is finished
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Usage


In science:

The local truncation error of the GLNM, which is contained in the term R(6) , is one of the same order h6 as the error of the ordinary NM.
A generalized Numerov method for linear second-order differential equations involving a first derivative term
The local truncation error of order h4 is determined by the term R(4) .
A generalized Numerov method for linear second-order differential equations involving a first derivative term
At each of a number of steps, there are numerical discretization and truncation errors.
An invitation to quantum tomography (II)
For example, one can give more weight to small frequencies using W (iωn) = 1/ωn .14 The truncation error measured by χ is the only systematic error in the ED solution of DMFT.
Solving Dynamical Mean-Field Theory at very low temperature using Lanczos Exact Diagonalization
The ED curves are stopped at the highest temperature where the chosen number of states determined a negligible truncation error.
Solving Dynamical Mean-Field Theory at very low temperature using Lanczos Exact Diagonalization
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