1.82 | measurement model | ||

model of measurement | |||

model | |||

Mathematical relation among all quantities known to be involved in a measurement. | |||

Note 1: | A general form of a measurement model is the equation h(Y, X_{1}, …, X_{n}) = 0, where Y, the output quantity in the measurement model, is the measurand, the quantity value of which is to be inferred from information about input quantities in the measurement model X_{1}, …, X_{n}. | ||

Note 2: | In more complex cases where there are two or more output quantities in a measurement model, the measurement model consists of more than one equation. | ||

Source: [VIM 2.48]. |

1.82 | measurement model | ||

model of measurement | |||

model | |||

Mathematical relation among all quantities known to be involved in a measurement. | |||

Note 1: | A general form of a measurement model is the equation h(Y, X_{1}, …, X_{n}) = 0, where Y, the output quantity in the measurement model, is the measurand, the quantity value of which is to be inferred from information about input quantities in the measurement model X_{1}, …, X_{n}. | ||

Note 2: | In more complex cases where there are two or more output quantities in a measurement model, the measurement model consists of more than one equation. | ||

Source: [VIM 2.48]. |

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