autocalibration

noun
au·​to·​cal·​i·​bra·​tion | \ˌȯ-(ˌ)tō-ˌka-lə-ˈbrā-shən \
plural autocalibrations

Definition of autocalibration 

: automatic calibration or the ability of a device or system to automatically calibrate itself During autocalibration, three cameras record the position of test patterns and feed that data to a bank of computers, which adjust the settings of the projectors to eliminate misalignments. — Colin Stewart, Orange County Register (California), 2 May 2006 The … analyzers employ an autocalibration feature that is operator programmable as to frequency and sequence.Oil & Gas Journal, 6 Apr. 1992

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1963, in the meaning defined above

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