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Experimental measurements: precision, error and truth
N. C. Barford
|Statement||[by] N. C. Barford.|
|LC Classifications||QA275 .B27|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 143 p.|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||67027531|
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Using a ``common sense'' approach, it introduces basic experimental techniques before introducing theoretical :// Experimental measurements: precision, error, and truth. Responsibility N.C. Barford. Edition 2nd ed. Undergraduate students of physics and engineering need to develop an understanding of the nature of random experimental errors and of how to present experimental results, taking proper account of these errors.
This book is designed as a About this Item: John Wiley and Sons, Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft :// Also discussed is the meaning of correlation and the ''best'' straight line linking two sets of measurements, and maximum likelihood and the Chi-squared hypothesis test.
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Synopsis Undergraduate students of physics and engineering need to develop an understanding of the nature of random experimental errors and of how to present experimental results, taking proper account of these errors.
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This book is designed as a laboratory workbook, introducing simple ideas within the reader's experience and building upon them in order to enable students to present results in a clear Estimating Uncertainties in Testing An Intermediate Guide to Estimating and Reporting Uncertainty of Measurement in Testing Keith Birch British Measurement and Testing Association “At least two numbers are required if an experiment is to give a result and a measure of its reliability” Accuracy and precision are two important factors to consider when taking data accuracy and precision reflect how close a measurement is to an actual value, but accuracy reflects how close a measurement is to a known or accepted value, while precision reflects how reproducible measurements are, even if they are far from the accepted :// 书籍详细信息： EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENTS:PRECISION,ERROR AND TRUTH SECOND EDITIO 书目信息 机读格式(MARC) ISBN/价格： ￥ 题名责任者项： EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENTS:PRECISION,ERROR AND TRUTH John Wiley and Sons, This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers.
In good all round condition., grams, ISBN Bookseller: Anybook Ltd, United Kingdom Seller rating: The precision of a measurement is usually indicated by the uncertainty or fractional relative uncertainty of a value.
Repeatability is simply the precision determined under conditions where the same methods and equipment are used by the same operator to make measurements on identical :// – Accuracy and precision are required to succeed at darts and archery.
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As the driving forces of positioning and navigation change from survey and precision guidance to location-based services, E, and so on, some accuracy measures have fallen out of common usage, while others have blossomed. The analysis changes Chapter 4 Experimental Designs and Their Analysis Design of experiment means how to design an experiment in the sense that how the observations or measurements should be obtained to answer a query in a valid, efficient and economical way.
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