Experimental method of determining the composition of several distribution functions
The use of devices with adjustable pulse transmission functions enables us to determine the distribution function of the total error of measuring devices for various forms of distribution of its constituent (partial) errors.
The proposed method of synthesizing a system with an adjustable transmission function enables us to realize a device allowing simple and operative adjustment from one shape of transmission function to another.
An advantage of the proposed method is the possibility of determining the composition of several functions with great rapidity, and also the clear revelation of the manner in which variations in the functions subject to convolution influence the final result.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Distribution Function Convolution Experimental Method
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