An Introduction to Statistical Issues and Methods in Metrology for Physical Science and Engineering

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2014-01-01
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Vardeman, Stephen
Hamada, Michael
Burr, Tom
Morris, Max
Wendelberger, Joanne
Jobe, J. Marcus
Moore, Leslie
Wu, Huaiquing
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This article provides an overview of the interplay between statistics and measurement. Measurement quality affects inference from data collected and analyzed using statistical methods while appropriate data analysis quantifies the quality of measurements. This article brings material on statistics and measurement together in one place as a resource for practitioners. Both frequentist and Bayesian methods are discussed.

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This article is published as Vardeman, Stephen, Michael S. Hamada, Tom Burr, Max Morris, Joanne Wendelberger, J. Marcus Jobe, Leslie Moore, and Huaiquing Wu. "An introduction to statistical issues and methods in metrology for physical science and engineering." Journal of Quality Technology 46, no. 1 (2014): 33-62. DOI: 10.1080/00224065.2014.11917953. Posted with permission.

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