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

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THE TREATMENT AND STATEMENT OF MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY by R.

Kaarls The Netherlands Summary The ... It has been explained that the kind of

THE TREATMENT AND STATEMENT OF MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY by R.

Kaarls The Netherlands Summary The ... It has been explained that the kind of

**uncertainty component**(e.g. divided in random components and so-called ...Page 23

The division of

the second group. For example, the measurement uncertainty stated in a ...

The division of

**uncertainty components**in these two groupes is rather arbitrary.**Uncertainty components**sometimes belong to the first group and another time tothe second group. For example, the measurement uncertainty stated in a ...

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statistical methods This type of

denominated as "systematic"

deviatons.

**Uncertainty components**which cannot easily and directly be determined bystatistical methods This type of

**uncertainty components**are often wronglydenominated as "systematic"

**uncertainty components**or unknown systematicdeviatons.

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