paceval. works with a specific method, called “trusted interval computing“ (TINC). It ensures correct computing and indicates in which tolerance the true results could be found due to system rounding errors. With this approach you can be sure that system tolerance levels are not exceeded. This feature is unique and important in particular as pre-warning feature. It helps you, for example, to keep system tolerance levels and optimize maintenance and service. Too early or too late maintenance can be prevented and cost optimised.

Currently, system tolerance level could be exceeded without pre-warning. Computers cannot calculate mathematically precise (see “standard results including computational errors”). Rounding errors are consequences of each partial calculation. Tolerance levels could be exceeded without notice. In general, the accuracy decreases the more complex the mathematical functions are in terms of length and number of variables. go back>>