DEPENDENCE OF RESPONSIBILITY OF RESULTSTHE RISKS OF ADEQUACY OF RANDOM VARIATION DISPERSION
The influence of the adequacy of variances of a random error on the reliability of the results of comparisons of two standards is examined, in the presence of requirements to the permissible level of danger of the first and second kind, or their inconvenience.
Authors: M. N. Bobrova, E. S. Suloeva, E. I. Tsvetkov
Direction: Metrology and Metrologycal Assurance
Keywords: Reliability, comparison, a priori knowledge, standards, metrological analysis, first-order error, second-kind error, non-excluded systematic error
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