However, their historical accuracy is in question.
However, the accuracy of the colourful legend is doubtful.
There is debate about the historical accuracy of this legend.
Modern scholars tend to challenge the accuracy of Roman historians.
More recently, scholars have discounted the accuracy of this critique.
Their navigational accuracy is high, with good eyesight an important factor.
25 of a nautical mile, about the accuracy limit of manual celestial navigation.
The accuracy of the works of Herodotus has been controversial since his own era.
This affects the accuracy of computed historic shoreline position and predictions.
Proponents of each schema dispute the accuracy and usefulness of the other's categories.
The map may declare its sources, accuracy, publication date and authorship, and so forth.
Combining independent methods is used as a way to improve the accuracy of position fixes.
Wind could reduce the accuracy of archery, but had much less of an effect on an arquebus.
The sonar system uses phase and amplitude bottom detection, with an accuracy of better than 0.
Most ocean navigators, shooting from a moving platform, can achieve a practical accuracy of 1.
Many of his plays were published in editions of varying quality and accuracy during his lifetime.
Backhouse emphasizes that, “all Eadfrith’s colours are applied with great skill and accuracy, but.
Films more dedicated to costume accuracy often use ABS plastic rings, for the lower cost and weight.
02° in heading accuracy and have startup times in seconds rather than hours for gyrocompass systems.
Data is actually sent at a much lower rate, which limits the accuracy of the signal sent using RTCM.