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

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Intrinsic uncertainty of the

measurement, which itself requires a definition that involves a finite number of

information bits, and therefore implies a finite uncertainty. For the fundamental u*

...

Intrinsic uncertainty of the

**unit**A measure-set is a set of numbers tied to a**unit**ofmeasurement, which itself requires a definition that involves a finite number of

information bits, and therefore implies a finite uncertainty. For the fundamental u*

...

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As a result of the design of a long-stroke drive for an air bearinged moving

we simultaneously face the task to find an appropriate form of zero position

correction. It was decided not to use a mechanical return spring for horizontal

operation ...

As a result of the design of a long-stroke drive for an air bearinged moving

**unit**we simultaneously face the task to find an appropriate form of zero position

correction. It was decided not to use a mechanical return spring for horizontal

operation ...

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magnetic flux quanta presenting elementary flux

The factor at the right side of the equation (5) is fixed by the BIPM as 4.83594000.

**unit**for the magnetic flux measurement (Vs), expressed Just in terms of themagnetic flux quanta presenting elementary flux

**units**Vs- 4.835939.1014 (1^) (5)The factor at the right side of the equation (5) is fixed by the BIPM as 4.83594000.

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