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Economic aspects of medical errors

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Estimating Components of Mean Squared Error to Evaluate the Benefits of Mixing Data Collection Modes

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Correction of ADC Errors by Additive Iterative Method with Dithering

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Upper Bound on Correcting Partial Random Errors

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Error Analysis in EFL Classroom of Lower Secondary Students

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On Modelling Register Coverage Errors

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VQ-based model for binary error process

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Propagation of error formulas for K/Ar dating method

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Drug errors from the Thai Anesthesia Incidents Monitoring Study: analysis of 1,996 incident reports

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The Effects of Education and Training Given to Phlebotomists for Reducing Preanalytical Errors

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