1.85 | measurement result | ||

Set of quantity values being attributed to a measurand together with any other available relevant information. | |||

Note 1: | A measurement result generally contains “relevant information” about the set of quantity values, such that some may be more representative of the measurand than others. This may be expressed in the form of a probability density function (PDF). | ||

Note 2: | A measurement result is generally expressed as a single measured quantity value and a measurement uncertainty. If the measurement uncertainty is considered to be negligible for some purpose, the measurement result may be expressed as a single measured quantity value. In many fields, this is the common way of expressing a measurement result. | ||

Source: [VIM 2.9] with Note 3 omitted. |

1.85 | measurement result | ||

Set of quantity values being attributed to a measurand together with any other available relevant information. | |||

Note 1: | A measurement result generally contains “relevant information” about the set of quantity values, such that some may be more representative of the measurand than others. This may be expressed in the form of a probability density function (PDF). | ||

Note 2: | A measurement result is generally expressed as a single measured quantity value and a measurement uncertainty. If the measurement uncertainty is considered to be negligible for some purpose, the measurement result may be expressed as a single measured quantity value. In many fields, this is the common way of expressing a measurement result. | ||

Source: [VIM 2.9] with Note 3 omitted. |

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