Absolute Error

Definition - What does Absolute Error mean?

An absolute error is an error that is made that does not express or show whether the result is of a positive or a negative nature.

Justipedia explains Absolute Error

In general, an absolute error falls in the middle of a range of legal options that could be either good or bad, which means that by virtue of coming in at the middle, it is as far from a good result as it is from a bad result.

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