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

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_ » » r» while x(1), x(2), . . .,x(D are inputs related to y(1),y(2) y(«) by formulas y(1)

= </>fx(1)/, y(2)=«/^(2); y(m) =^(1)/ At the same time, value Q measured is, by

definition, related to xO), x(2) , . . . ,x0n) as follows The

...

_ » » r» while x(1), x(2), . . .,x(D are inputs related to y(1),y(2) y(«) by formulas y(1)

= </>fx(1)/, y(2)=«/^(2); y(m) =^(1)/ At the same time, value Q measured is, by

definition, related to xO), x(2) , . . . ,x0n) as follows The

**problem**of finite synthesis...

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The difficulties involved in the solution of synthesis

are caused by *P uncertainties including those of regular occurence. At present,

while working such proolems, one has to base himself on □intuition and ...

The difficulties involved in the solution of synthesis

**problems**are evident. Theyare caused by *P uncertainties including those of regular occurence. At present,

while working such proolems, one has to base himself on □intuition and ...

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Owing to increasing variety of data processing algorithms it is extremely

important to work out methods for a suitable algorithm to be chosen for a given

measurement

algorithms ...

Owing to increasing variety of data processing algorithms it is extremely

important to work out methods for a suitable algorithm to be chosen for a given

measurement

**problem**. These methods are to be based on objective criteria}algorithms ...

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