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**2012** by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .

Written in English

- Quality Control, Reliability, Safety and Risk,
- Measurement Science and Instrumentation,
- Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering,
- Mathematical physics,
- Engineering mathematics,
- Statistics for Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Earth Sciences,
- System safety,
- Physics,
- Numerical and Computational Physics,
- Mathematical Methods in Physics

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by S. V. Gupta |

Contributions | SpringerLink (Online service) |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | [electronic resource] : |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL27073844M |

ISBN 10 | 9783642209895 |

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In the book, together with the details of uncertainty calculations for many physical parameters, probability distributions and their properties are : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Introduction This book fulfills the global need to evaluate measurement results along with the associated uncertainty. In the book, together with the details of uncertainty calculations for many physical parameters, probability distributions and their properties are discussed.

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Every measured result reported by a laboratory should be accompanied by an explicit uncertainty estimate. One purpose of this chapter is to give users of radioanalytical data an understanding of the causes of measurement uncertainty and of the meaning of uncertainty statements in laboratory reports.

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The book goes in-depth into explaining national and international measurement systems and standards, and includes a complete chapter on calibration and measurement trace ability.

Measurement Uncertainty will show how to evaluate various uncertainties in measurements using several approaches including international consensus. The major objective of this book is to give methods for estimating errors and uncertainties of real measurements: measurements that are performed in industry, commerce, and experimental research.

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Furthermore, Grabe also proposes what may be called well defined measuring conditions, a prerequisite for defining confidence intervals that are consistent with basic statistical concepts.

The resulting measurement uncertainties are as robust and reliable as required by Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Measurement uncertainties can come from the measuring instrument, from the item being measured, from the environment, from the operator, and from other sources.

Such uncertainties can be estimated using statistical analysis of a set of measurements, and using other kinds of information about the measurement process.

For example, if you weigh something on a scale that measures down to the nearest g, then you can confidently estimate that there is a ± g uncertainty in the measurement. This is because a g measurement could really be anything from g (rounded up) to just under g (rounded down).

measurement uncertainties are used. The various methods have some kind of root-sum-square calculation as the basis, but the evaluation and combination of the individual uncertainty contributions from the basic measurements differ.

2 Handbook of uncertainty calculations Revision 2, March NFOGM, NPD, CMR, NIF. estimating uncertainties of measurement in all test methods except when the test methods preclude such rigorous estimations. The SAC-SINGLAS document on "General Requirements for the Competence of Calibration and Testing Laboratories" [2] also states that a laboratory shall use.

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Measurement is an experimental process that produces a value that can reasonably be attributed to a quantitative property of a phenomenon, body, or substance.

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It differs from the majority of books in that it balances coverage of probabilistic methods with detailed information on the characterization, calibration. Measurement Uncertainty (MU) relates to the margin of doubt that exists for the result of any measurement, as well as how significant the doubt is.

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Good. 10 Measurement and Uncertainty The measurements you just recorded in Table 1have uncertainties associated with them. Their values are largely determined by the precision of the measuring device, i.e. the ruler in this case.

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