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Propagation loss         
In underwater acoustics, propagation loss is a measure of the reduction in sound intensity as the sound propagates away from an underwater sound source. It is defined as the difference between the source level and the received sound pressure level.
cumulative error         
EFFECT OF VARIABLES' UNCERTAINTIES (OR ERRORS, MORE SPECIFICALLY RANDOM ERRORS) ON THE UNCERTAINTY OF A FUNCTION BASED ON THEM
Theory of errors; Propagated error; Propogation of error; Propagation of error; Accumulation of errors; Error propagation; Uncertainty propagation; Propagation of uncertainties; Uncertainty propagation software; Cumulative error; Law of propagation of errors; Propagation of errors
¦ noun Statistics an error that increases with the size of the sample revealing it.
Propagation of uncertainty         
EFFECT OF VARIABLES' UNCERTAINTIES (OR ERRORS, MORE SPECIFICALLY RANDOM ERRORS) ON THE UNCERTAINTY OF A FUNCTION BASED ON THEM
Theory of errors; Propagated error; Propogation of error; Propagation of error; Accumulation of errors; Error propagation; Uncertainty propagation; Propagation of uncertainties; Uncertainty propagation software; Cumulative error; Law of propagation of errors; Propagation of errors
In statistics, propagation of uncertainty (or propagation of error) is the effect of variables' uncertainties (or errors, more specifically random errors) on the uncertainty of a function based on them. When the variables are the values of experimental measurements they have uncertainties due to measurement limitations (e.