This could increase measurement errors
It is relatively inexpensive to measure the alcohol content of wine reasonably precisely, although some of the devices used may entail larger measurement errors
Moreover, these measurement errors
are correlated: If potential output is overestimated, then the natural rate is overestimated, and the output gap is underestimated.
We identified this gap and consequently developed LW Finder to determine optimal strain gauge placement and predict measurement errors
to dramatically improve the quality of the measured data.
The effects of measurement errors
on relative risk regressions.
Assumptions of statistical distributions of measurement errors
may be invalid if the NDE tool has a significant bias error.
Galvanic three-port isolation, a standard feature of Knick products, ensures reliable isolation of input, output, and auxiliary power supply potentials, which prevents measurement errors
It must, however, be noted that the relative effect of the principal components on overall variability tends to be overestimated, since the PCA does not take the dependency of the measurement errors
into account in determining the parameters used.
The EMX-4250 has been designed to address challenging precision data-acquisition applications with aggressive anti-aliasing filtering integrated into the front end that helps eliminate unwanted signals and reduce measurement errors
After the individual calibration, the measurement errors
decreased several times.
In production applications, such as color measurements for quality control, the combination of speed, sensitivity and throughput help to reduce measurement errors
and ensure accuracy.
The reason for the large measurement errors
is lack of a proper standard spectral-responsivity function for the UV meters.