Some examples of the evaluation of measurement uncertainty
The evaluation of measurement uncertainty for quantities expressed in decibels is discussed. The coverage factor for a fractional number of degrees of freedom is calculated and discreteness is taken into account for estimates of measurement uncertainty in multiple observations.
Keywordsstandard and expanded uncertainties number of degrees of freedom
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