Foundations of Measurement: Geometrical, threshold, and probabilistic representations
The return of a classic series in the field of quantitative measurement. All of the sciences - physical, biological, and social - have a need for quantitative measurement. This influential but hard-to-find series established the formal foundations for measurement, justifying the assignment of numbers to objects in terms of their structural correspondence. Volume II extends the subject in the direction of geometrical, threshold, and probabilistic representations, and Volume III examines representation as expressed in axiomatization and invariance.
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