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Mathematical theory of measurement problems: applications. Calibration of measuring instrument — three decisions of the one measuring problem

Practicing metrologists often do not have enough examples of the reference documents use to solve their measurement tasks. One of such tasks is the calibration of measuring devices. The difficulty is caused by National State Standard 8.820–2013 which equaled different accuracy standards like uncertainty of measurement, precision and inaccuracy. In practice the same measuring methods may bring to various calibration results. In the present article professor Levin S. suggests three different solutions for one measurement task.

Author(s):  Levin S.
Issue:  KIPiS 2018 #1

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#4 August 2018
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