verb (used with object), de·bugged, de·bug·ging.
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OTHER WORDS FROM debugde·bug·ger, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for debug
If a model’s accuracy deteriorates over time, or it shows biased behaviors, Fiddler helps debug why that might be happening.Worried about your firm’s AI ethics? These startups are here to help.|Karen Hao|January 15, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Not only has it really improved on the reports, it has given us actionable and useful data to use when debugging crawling issues.Google launches new crawl stats report in Search Console|Barry Schwartz|November 24, 2020|Search Engine Land
Taking into account that this is the most popular cross-platform browser of all, you should be certain that such a Chromium-based development technology will allow you to inspect, debug, and guide you through the browser.
There is this feeling that when machine learning is running the search rankings or any model, that you cannot debug it.Why machine learning and understanding searcher intent is so important to search|Barry Schwartz|August 18, 2020|Search Engine Land
The URL inspection tool can be run on a specific URL that you want to debug.Google Search Console can now help you fix your AMP Signed Exchange (SXG) problems|Barry Schwartz|August 18, 2020|Search Engine Land
British Dictionary definitions for debug
verb -bugs, -bugging or -bugged (tr)
- something, esp a computer program, that locates and removes defects in (a device, system, etc)
- (as modifier)a debug program