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This book presents a systematic and comprehensive exposition of the theory of measurement accuracy and provides solutions that fill significant and long-standing gaps in the classical theory. It eliminates the shortcomings of the classical theory by including methods for estimating accuracy of single measurements, the most common type of measurement. The book also develops methods of reduction and enumeration for indirect measurements, which do not require Taylor series and produce a precise solution to this problem. It produces grounded methods and recommendations for summation of errors.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book presents a systematic and comprehensive exposition of the theory of measurement accuracy and provides solutions that fill significant and long-standing gaps in the classical theory. It eliminates the shortcomings of the classical theory by including methods for estimating accuracy of single measurements, the most common type of measurement. The book also develops methods of reduction and enumeration for indirect measurements, which do not require Taylor series and produce a precise solution to this problem. It produces grounded methods and recommendations for summation of errors. The monograph also analyzes and critiques two foundation metrological documents, the International Vocabulary of Metrology (VIM) and the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement (GUM), and discusses directions for their revision.
This new edition adds a step-by-step guide on how to evaluate measurement accuracy and recommendations on how to calculate systematic error of multiple measurements. There is also an extended section on the method of reduction, which provides an alternative to the least-square method and the method of enumeration. Many sections are also rewritten to improve the structure and usability of the material. The 3rd edition reflects the latest developments in metrology and offers new results, and it is designed to be accessible to readers at various levels and positions, including scientists, engineers, and undergraduate and graduate students. By presenting material from a practical perspective and offering solutions and recommendations for problems that arise in conducting real-life measurements, author Semyon Rabinovich offers an invaluable resource for scientists in any field.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 05.09.2017
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783319601250
  • Artikelnr.: 53058037
Autorenporträt
The first 16 years of Dr. Semyon Rabinovich's career were spent in industry, where he created a number of electrical measuring instruments, including those that were mass-produced, as well as unique direct-voltage measuring instruments reaching the theoretical sensitivity limits. Following this, Dr. Rabinovich organized the Laboratory of Theoretical Metrology at the All-Union State Research Institute of Metrology (VNIIM) in the former USSR and was the head of this lab for the next 16 years. After a period in the aftermath of his decision to emigrate from the USSR when any reference to his name was a taboo, VNIIM now lists Dr. Rabinovich among their "renown scientists" in the theoretical metrology area. After moving to the USA, he took part in the work of two ISA Subcommittees in preparing ISA-RP67.04 "Setpoints for Nuclear Safety-Related Instrumentation" and "Methodologies for the Determination of Setpoints in Nuclear Safety-Related Instrumentation." He has published six books and more than 100 other publications including 21 patents. Previously this book was published by American Institute of Physics.

Inhaltsangabe
Preface Chapter 1 General Concepts in the Theory of Measurement 1.1 Basic Concepts and Terms 1.2 The Basic Metrological Problems 1.3 New Forms of International Cooperation in Metrology 1.4 Postulates of the Theory of Measurements 1.5 Classification of Measurements 1.6 Classification of Measurement Errors 1.7 General Approach to Evaluation of Measurement Inaccuracy 1.8 Presentation of Measurement Results Chapter 2 Measuring Instruments and Their Properties 2.1 Types of Measuring Instruments 2.2 Metrological Characteristics of Measuring Instruments 2.3 Rating of the Errors of Measuring Instruments 2.4 Dynamic Characteristics of Measuring Instruments 2.5 Calibration and Verification of Measuring Instruments 2.6 Designing a Calibration Scheme 2.7 Statistical Analysis of Measuring Instrument Errors Chapter 3 Statistical Methods for Experimental Data Processing 3.1 Methods for Describing Random Quantities 3.2 Requirements for Statistical Estimates 3.3 Evaluation of the Parameters of Normal Distribution 3.4 Elimination of Outlying Data 3.5 Construction of Confidence Intervals 3.6 Reliability of Estimation of the Variance of a Sample from a Normal Distribution 3.7 Reliability of Estimation of the Standard Deviation of the Mean of a Sample from a Normal Distribution 3.8 Testing Hypotheses About the Form of the Distribution Function 3.9 Testing for Homogeneity of Samples 3.10 Robust Estimates 3.11 Application of the Bayes' Theorem Chapter 4 Direct Measurements 4.1 Relation Between Single and Direct Measurements 4.2 Classification of Elementary Errors 4.3 Modeling of Elementary Errors 4.3.1 Absolutely Constant Errors 4.3.2 Conditionally Constant Errors 4.3.3 Purely Random Errors 4.3.4 Quasirandom Errors 4.4 Composition of Uniform Distributions 4.5 Methods for Precise Measurements 4.6 Accuracy of Single Measurements Using a Measuring Instrument Under Reference Conditions 4.7 Accuracy of Single Measurements Using a Measuring Instrument Under Rated Conditions 4.8 Accuracy of Multiple Measurements Having Only Random Errors 4.9 Accuracy of Multiple Measurements Having Both Random and Systematic Errors 4.10 Analysis of the Accuracy of the Weighted Summation of Systematic and Random Errors 4.11 Comparison of Different Methods for Combining Systematic and Random Errors Chapter 5 Indirect Measurements 5.1 Terminology and Classification 5.2 Correlation Coefficient and Its Calculation 5.3 Method for Constructing the Composition of Histograms 5.4 The Traditional Method 5.5 Merits and Shortcomings of the Traditional Method 5.6 The Method of Reduction 5.7 The Method of Transformation 5.8 The Method of Enumera tion 5.9 Total Uncertainty of Indirect Measurements 5.10 Accuracy of Single Indirect Measurements 5.11 Accuracy of a Single Measurement with a Chain of Instruments 5.12 The Monte Carlo Method Chapter 6 Combined and Simultaneous Measurements 6.1 General Remarks About the Method of Least Squares 6.2 Measurements with Linear Equally Accurate Conditional Equations 6.3 Measurements with Linear Unequally Accurate Conditional Equations 6.4 Linearization of Nonlinear Conditional Equations 6.5 Examples of the Application of the Method of Least Squares 6.6 General Remarks on Determination of the Parameters in Formulas from Empirical Data 6.7 Construction of Transfer Functions of Meaning Transducers Chapter 7 Combining The Results of Measurements 7.1 Introductory Remarks 7.2 Theoretical Principles 7.3 Effect of the Error of the Weights on the Error of the Weighted Mean 7.4 Combining the Results of Measurements with Predominately Random Errors 7.5 Combining the Results of Measurements with Both Systematic and Random Errors 7.6 Combining the Results of Single Measurements Chapter 8 Examples of Measurements and Measurement Data Processing