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

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The datum describing the

more representative than any other. The immediate mathematical consequence

of this outlook is that we must sub stitute the algebra of real numbers with the ...

The datum describing the

**measurand**is like a wood, where no particular tree ismore representative than any other. The immediate mathematical consequence

of this outlook is that we must sub stitute the algebra of real numbers with the ...

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Vhen disjoint measure-sets are assigned to a

the

outside information to be solved. If we conclude that the

change ...

Vhen disjoint measure-sets are assigned to a

**measurand**, this means that eitherthe

**measurand**is not the same or somebody is wrong - a dilemma requiringoutside information to be solved. If we conclude that the

**measurand**did notchange ...

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of our

dentified in higher detail. More information is supplied on the geometry of the

measured object, and we need to redefine its geometric parameters with a more

detailed ...

of our

**measurand**has exploded into a fine structure of other**measurands**i-dentified in higher detail. More information is supplied on the geometry of the

measured object, and we need to redefine its geometric parameters with a more

detailed ...

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