## Theoretical and Practical Limits of Measurement Accuracy: 2nd Symposium of the IMEKO Technical Committee on Metrology--TC8 : Proceedings |

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With such a construction the measure- values assigned as translation of all

possible reading-values originated by the same measurand differ by no more

than 20 (with a

one ...

With such a construction the measure- values assigned as translation of all

possible reading-values originated by the same measurand differ by no more

than 20 (with a

**given**probability) , in which case are said to be compatible withone ...

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When we assign a measure-set M » V + U as the result of a measurement, we

mean that M has a

collects all the measure-sets of uncertainty U describing the measurand, and of ...

When we assign a measure-set M » V + U as the result of a measurement, we

mean that M has a

**given**probability (say 99. 1%) of belonging to the MCS(U) thatcollects all the measure-sets of uncertainty U describing the measurand, and of ...

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Any specific measurand (i.e. a

endowed with an intrinsic uncertainty inherent to its very definition, beyond which

measurement is pointless because the identification of what is being measured ...

Any specific measurand (i.e. a

**given**property of a**given**object in a**given**state) isendowed with an intrinsic uncertainty inherent to its very definition, beyond which

measurement is pointless because the identification of what is being measured ...

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