Definitions for "Ambiguity"
The quality or state of being ambiguous; doubtfulness or uncertainty, particularly as to the signification of language, arising from its admitting of more than one meaning; an equivocal word or expression.
Capable of being understood in two or more distinct senses.
For chain letters: contradictory statements and testimonials, or a lack of specificity, concerning what recipient behavior may or may not produce good or bad luck. For example, will merely passing on the received copy avoid bad luck? Must you meet the deadline to receive good luck for distributing copies? Also misleading details concerning the possible national or religious source of a chain letter. Might "Bishop Lawrence," a well known Episcopalian to Protestant readers in 1905, appear to be Catholic to Catholic readers [ US, 1905]? Ambiguity apparently increases propagation by accommodating multiple interpretations.
The unknown number of whole carrier wavelengths between the between a GPS satellite and the receiver.
the integer number of carrier cycles between a satellite and receiver
Integer bias term, Cycle ambiguity The unknown number of whole wavelengths of the carrier signal contained in an unbroken set of measurements from a single satellite at a single receiver.
Keywords:  franck, andy, brainstorm, album, vocals
Ambiguity is an album by German metal band Brainstorm released in 2000, and was the first with Andy B. Franck on vocals.
ADCPs determine the radial motion between a source and scatterer by measuring the phase change of the reflected signal. Because phase is periodic, this solution is multi-valued. For example, all three of the displacements shown below will return the same phase measurement, which results in ambiguity