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14.3

2002

Trueness of a Standard Measurement Method

Abstract

The determination of the laboratory bias when a measurement method is applied.

Descriptors: Differences between trueness and precision, the predetermined magnitude of laboratory bias that the experimenter wishes to detect from the test results, the repeatability standard deviation of the measurement method, one of the test results (k = 1,2,...n), the average of n test results, the true or accepted reference value of the test property


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