Synsets for "faulty"

Synset: defective.s.01

Synonyms: defective

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: having a defect

Examples: I returned the appliance because it was defective

Lemmas: defective faulty

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Synset: faulty.s.02

Synonyms: faulty

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: characterized by errors; not agreeing with a model or not following established rules; the wrong side of the road"

Examples: he submitted a faulty report | an incorrect transcription

Lemmas: faulty incorrect wrong

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Quantum error correction Quantum error correction is used in quantum computing to protect quantum information from errors due to decoherence and other quantum noise. Quantum error correction is essential if one is to achieve fault-tolerant quantum computation that can deal not only with noise on stored quantum information, but also with faulty quantum gates, faulty quantum preparation, and faulty measurements.
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1907 Birmingham Tramway accident The tram's brakes were later found to have been faulty.
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Eastern University, Sri Lanka The present Coordinator of the faulty is Mr. M. Ramanan.
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Ó Duibhgeannáin "Taken from MacFhirbhisigh's Book of Genealogies; faulty in places".
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Tennessee Gas Pipeline Overall, faulty infrastructure caused the majority of TGP's onshore gas transmission pipeline accidents. Corrosion (internal or external), equipment malfunctions, manufacturing defects, faulty welds and incorrect installation together accounted for 54% of leaks.
Stuck-at fault The "stuck at" fault model assumes that only one input on one gate will be faulty at a time, assuming that if more are faulty, a test that can detect any single fault, should easily find multiple faults.
GSM Radio Frequency optimization TCH assignment failure is a phenomenon where the MS is not able to use the TCH which is assigned to it for voice call.This could happen due to uplink /downlink interference, faulty radio or faulty antenna system.
List of fallacies Faulty generalizations – reach a conclusion from weak premises. Unlike fallacies of relevance, in fallacies of defective induction, the premises are related to the conclusions yet only weakly buttress the conclusions. A faulty generalization is thus produced.
ARINC 653 ARINC 653 does not specify how the scheduler should behave if the error handler does not stop a faulty process. In some (theoretical) cases, this could lead to an infinite loop between the faulty process and the error handler.
Supercavitation The "Kursk" submarine accident was rumored to have been due to a faulty Shkval supercavitating torpedo, though later evidence points to a faulty 65-76 torpedo (see Kursk submarine disaster).
Heckler & Koch UMP In 2000, H&K recalled certain UMP and USC serial numbers due to faulty operating handles. The faulty handles, made of a polymer, could break off making the weapons inoperable.
Whirlpool Corporation On 26 August 2016, London Fire Brigade advised the public to stop all use of faulty tumble dryers immediately and through it's Total Recall campaign, called on Whirlpool to change its advice to customers and promote a product recall, advice also issued by Which? and the "Expect It's Safe" campaign set up by lawyers representing victims of fires started by faulty appliances. The London Fire Brigade commented that they get called out to a fire started by faulty domestic appliances nearly once every day and issued a five point notice concerning Whirlpool's advice on faulty appliances:
FH-2000 A Committee of Inquiry found that the most probable cause of this incident was a faulty artillery fuze that was fitted to the 155 mm projectile which had been loaded into the gun howitzer that resulted in the premature detonation. Subsequently, Chartered Industries of Singapore conducted an X-ray check on the same batch of fuzes from where the faulty fuze was taken from and found that approximately 1.3% of these fuzes were faulty.
Faulty generalization Faulty generalization is a mode of thinking that takes knowledge from one group's or person's experiences and incorrectly extends it to another.