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  1. Jun 22,  · The probability of type I errors is called the "false reject rate" (FRR) or false non-match rate (FNMR), while the probability of type II errors is called the "false accept rate" (FAR) or false match rate (FMR). If the system is designed to rarely match suspects then the probability of type II errors can be called the "false alarm rate". On the other hand, if the system is used for validation (and .
  2. A Type I error is sometimes referred to as a “false alarm,” because rejecting the null hypothesis is like sounding an alarm to change an established value. If the null is true, then there’s no need for such a change. Which of the following describes a Type II error? .
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  4. False fire alarm means a signal from a fire alarm system that elicits a response by the Fire Department when no actual or threatened fire-related emergency exists.
  5. A false alarm is “an erroneous radar target detection decision caused by noise or other interfering signals exceeding the detection threshold”. In general, it is an indication of the presence of radar target when there is no valid aim. The False Alarm Rate (FAR) is calculated using the following formula.
  6. A false alarm, also called a nuisance alarm, is the deceptive or erroneous report of an emergency, causing unnecessary panic and/or bringing resources to a place where they are not needed. False alarms may occur with residential burglary alarms, smoke detectors, industrial alarms, and in signal detection theory. False alarms have the potential to divert emergency responders away from .
  7. There is a rebuttable presumption that an alarm is false if personnel responding from a law-enforcement authority do not discover any evidence of unauthorized entry, criminal activity, or other emergency after following normal police procedures in investigating the incident. An alarm is not false if the security alarm system user proves that.
  8. Stopper II ® Helps Prevent False Fire Alarms This unique pull station cover has helped prevent false fire alarms around the world for more than 40 years, without restricting legitimate operation of devices.

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