Reduction of Influence Factors

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    Abstract

    Any measurement system has imperfections and any act of measurement is liable to errors. Measurement errors either originate from system deficiencies (for instance system noise, quantization, and drift), or are due to environmental influences such as thermal, electromagnetic, and mechanical interference. Manufacturers of measuring instruments try to minimize such intrinsic errors by a proper design of the instrument structure; the remaining imperfections should be given in the data sheets of the system. The user of a measurement system should minimize additional errors that could arise from improper use and faulty interfacing.
    Original languageUndefined
    Title of host publicationHandbook of Measuring Systems Design
    EditorsPeter H. Sydenham, Richard Thorn
    Place of PublicationMalden, MA, USA
    PublisherWiley
    Pages87-92
    Number of pages6
    ISBN (Print)978-0-47149-7394
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Jan 2005

    Publication series

    Name1 t/m 3
    PublisherWiley
    Number16
    Volume3

    Keywords

    • METIS-228729
    • EWI-19497
    • IR-75938

    Cite this

    Regtien, P. P. L. (2005). Reduction of Influence Factors. In P. H. Sydenham, & R. Thorn (Eds.), Handbook of Measuring Systems Design (pp. 87-92). (1 t/m 3; Vol. 3, No. 16). Malden, MA, USA: Wiley. https://doi.org/10.1002/0471497398.mm095
    Regtien, Paulus P.L. / Reduction of Influence Factors. Handbook of Measuring Systems Design. editor / Peter H. Sydenham ; Richard Thorn. Malden, MA, USA : Wiley, 2005. pp. 87-92 (1 t/m 3; 16).
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    Handbook of Measuring Systems Design. ed. / Peter H. Sydenham; Richard Thorn. Malden, MA, USA : Wiley, 2005. p. 87-92 (1 t/m 3; Vol. 3, No. 16).

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    Regtien PPL. Reduction of Influence Factors. In Sydenham PH, Thorn R, editors, Handbook of Measuring Systems Design. Malden, MA, USA: Wiley. 2005. p. 87-92. (1 t/m 3; 16). https://doi.org/10.1002/0471497398.mm095