Definition of Imprecisions
1. imprecision [n] - See also: imprecision
Lexicographical Neighbors of Imprecisions
Literary usage of Imprecisions
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bayesian Robustness: Proceedings of the Workshop on Bayesian Robustness, May by James O. Berger (1996)
"Furthermore, the authors offer an elaborate mathematical structure for studying imprecisions in both the utility function and the prior simultaneously. ..."
2. The Works of Thomas Reid: With an Account of His Life and Writings by Thomas Reid (1813)
"However these things may be, if nature bad given os nothing more than imprecisions made upon the body, and sensations in our minds ..."
3. The Prose Workd of Mrs. Ellis by Sarah (Stickney) Ellis (1845)
"It is not necessary to ask, what definite imprecisions we receive from this style of reading, which is indeed a mockery of that vital participation in the ..."
4. Water Colours of Hitler: Recovered Art Works by Enzo Collotti, Riccardo Mariani (2005)
"... used with caution not only because it also includes the forgeries of Konrad Kujau, since discovered, but also because of other imprecisions and errors. ..."