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In particular, the authors find that missing data can generate sizeable measurement errors
at the beginning of the period, especially for less advanced countries.
Although the Brinell test is widely known as one of the most accurate test methods for hardness testing of metals, error in the reading of the indentation size results in measurement errors
of 0.1 mm between operators -- the range is even greater between labs.
The principal purpose of this article is to elaborate on certain conceptual and practical foundations of both the rollover and iron curtain approaches, with special emphasis on the originating-and-reversing property of income measurement errors
and quantifications under the rollover approach.
The instrument offers maximum precision and productivity with 48, four-wire RTD inputs with Kelvin sensing to eliminate measurement errors
. It provides 1,000V channel-to-channel isolation, virtually creating 48 separate instruments in one small box.
Meager is the knowledge about the nature and extend of measurement errors
in social science surveys, argues Alwin (sociology and demography, Pennsylvania State U.), and insufficient the understanding of which factors in the design of questions and questionnaires contribute to the presence of errors.
* Achieve measurement errors
less than 0.1 percent [+ or -] 1.5 mm.
Renscan5 allows five-axis scanning that measures at speeds up to 500mm/sec--virtually eliminating the measurement errors
normally associated with existing three-axis scanning systems.
Although most studies attempt to adjust for some of these confounding factors, the adjustments are likely to be inadequate due to measurement errors
. This makes studies on the long-term effects of alcohol consumption notoriously hard to conduct and often unreliable.
from ovality and product orientation are said to virtually disappear with the addition of a third axis of measurement.
The accuracy determinants are site location, North reference, and angle measurement errors
. Triangulation requires that the AOA data from all sites be transmitted to one location at which the calculations are performed.
Specifications are presented and used to calculate potential measurement errors
introduced by these transmitters.