If any of the measured values is close to zero, you may update the value as 0 for those cases

“If any of the measured values is close to zero, you may update the value as 0 for those cases.”
What is your definition of ‘close to zero’ crio?
As if we take 0.7 as example, then:

  1. 0.7 is close to zero if the possible range is from 0 to 1000, but
  2. 0.7 is not close to zero if the possible range is from 0 to 1 (considering decimal values).

dont benchmark it as zero. Benchmark file is valuable to you so you should keep 0.7 if you want to be precise. Even if you set it zero it will be fine as the faulty version have at least 2x or 3x greater than benchmark.

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