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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 16, Issue 10, pp 1578–1580 | Cite as

Indirect measurements

  • Z. M. Bluvband
  • G. A. Shevtsov
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Conclusions

The given relationship between the measured quantities as defined in the classifications [1, 2], or in the measurement equation [3] should be interpreted as a statistical relationship (with a determinate relationship constituting a particular case), because it is necessary to bear in mind the completeness of measurement classifications.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Statistical Relationship Indirect Measurement Measured Quantity 
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Literature cited

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    All-Union State Standard (GOST) 16263-70, Izd. Standartov, Moscow (1970).Google Scholar
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    S. F. Malikov and N. I. Tyurin, Introduction to Metrology [in Russian], Izd. Standartov, Moscow (1966).Google Scholar
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    E. F. Dolinskii, Izmeritel'. Tekh., No. 1 (1972).Google Scholar
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    S. Wilks, Mathematical Statistics [Russian translation], Nauka, Moscow (1967).Google Scholar
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    É. M. Bluvband and G. A. Shevtsov, Abstracts of Papers Read at the XXI Ukrainian Republican Scientific and Technical Conference of the A. S. Popov Scientific and Technical Society of Electronics and Radio Communications (NTOÉRS), No. 5 (1972).Google Scholar

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© Consultants Bureau 1974

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  • Z. M. Bluvband
  • G. A. Shevtsov

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