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Evaluating the State of a Complex Ergatic System Using the Example of a System for Ensuring the Uniformity of Measurements

Evaluation of the state of a system for ensuring the uniformity of measurements is urgent and is necessary for monitoring and state forecasting. An approach is presented for the development of a methodology for monitoring and forecasting the state of a system for ensuring the uniformity of measurements, ensuring that the mutual effect of subsystems on each other is taken into account. The approach is based on the method of hierarchy analysis. The decomposition of a system for ensuring the uniformity of measurements is examined for later processing of a sequence of judgments of a person (group of persons) making a decision. The judgments are based on paired comparisons of the elements of decomposition. The procedure of processing the judgments of a group of experts for the purpose of deriving a generalized judgment by paired comparisons is described. The results obtained can be applied for state monitoring of a system for ensuring the uniformity of measurements and forecasting the measurement requirements of the economy and society.

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Translated from Izmeritel’naya Tekhnika, No. 9, pp.10–15, September, 2021.

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Krasavin, I.V., Yashin, A.V. Evaluating the State of a Complex Ergatic System Using the Example of a System for Ensuring the Uniformity of Measurements. Meas Tech 64, 697–702 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11018-022-01991-z

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Keywords

  • system for ensuring the uniformity of measurements
  • state monitoring
  • hierarchy analysis