1.106 | definitional measurement uncertainty | ||

Component of measurement uncertainty resulting from the finite extent of detail in the definition of a measurand. | |||

Note 1: | Definitional uncertainty is the practical minimum measurement uncertainty achievable in any measurement of a given measurand. | ||

Note 2: | Any change in the descriptive detail leads to another definitional uncertainty. | ||

Note 3: | In the GUM^{34 } D.3.4 and in IEC 60359^{49 } the concept ‘definitional uncertainty’ is termed “intrinsic uncertainty”. | ||

Source: [VIM 2.27]. |

1.106 | definitional measurement uncertainty | ||

Component of measurement uncertainty resulting from the finite extent of detail in the definition of a measurand. | |||

Note 1: | Definitional uncertainty is the practical minimum measurement uncertainty achievable in any measurement of a given measurand. | ||

Note 2: | Any change in the descriptive detail leads to another definitional uncertainty. | ||

Note 3: | In the GUM^{34 } D.3.4 and in IEC 60359^{49 } the concept ‘definitional uncertainty’ is termed “intrinsic uncertainty”. | ||

Source: [VIM 2.27]. |

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