The person who makes a mistake understands that he knows, or that he achieved the ideal result, this being false. The error can be about facts, ideas or things.
WHAT ARE THEIR TYPES?
- 1 Types of error
- 1.1 Judicial error
- 1.2 Errata
- 1.3 Software error
- 1.4 Absolute error
- 1.5 Truncation error
- 1.6 Overflow error
- 1.7 Measurement errors
- 1.8 Inherent errors
- 1.9 Scale Errors
Types of error
The judicial error consists of a mistake, made consciously or unconsciously, by the public servants who are part of the judiciary, the police and, in a subsidiary way, the State.
The judicial error is made at the time of wrongly making a sentence of law based on; subjectivities, prejudices, legal verbosity, corruption activities in which evidence is not required, nor merit at the time of specifying the crime beyond all reasonable mistrust.
The misprint or writing error is a material mistake that is presented in a printed or manuscript form. Errata is called the list of errata that is incorporated at the beginning or end of a book and that the public must take into account regarding the corrections required by the text.
As for newspapers or newspapers, the errata is usually published on the day or next edition following the error.
This type of error is a defect in a computer application, which can cause it to crash unexpectedly, behave in an unexpected way or be fragile when faced with attacks on its security.
It is described as the difference between the real value of the quantity to be calculated and that obtained in a measurement. Because it is a difference of values of the same magnitude, the absolute error is represented in the same units as the magnitude.
In the mathematical branch of numerical study, truncation is the word used to decrease the number of digits to the right of the decimal point, discarding those of lesser value.
The overflow error is a system failure produced by a programming mistake, in such a way that the program that suffers it tries to write more data in the buffer than it can support, that is, when a program tries to save a amount greater than the maximum.
It consists of the failure that is admitted as inevitable, when comparing a magnitude with its measurement guide, the measurement error requires the measurement scale used and has an end.
The inherent errors are those that have the input information of a disadvantage, and are generated essentially as they are achieved experimentally, by the measurement tool, as well as the development conditions of the experiment.
This kind of error is limited by the precision of the measuring instrument . It is understandable that with a simple rule whose smallest division is one millimeter, it is not feasible to calculate fractions of this quantity with complete certainty, but it is almost always possible to state with complete confidence that the value of the length of an element calculated with this tool would be between two successive multiples of that unit.