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Title: The Effect On Uncertainty Of Random Measurement Error
Author: Hari K. Iyer
Source: 1989 Measurement Science Conference
Year Published: 1989
Abstract: Calibration of measuring instruments and procedures usually involves relating the instrument response to standard materials with known or accepted values of the standard materials. Often this relationship takes the form of straight line, although in general this need not be the case. The functional description of this relationship is referred to as the calibration line or calibration curve. Unknown test samples may be assigned values by referring their instrument responses to the calibration curve and estimating the value that would result in the observed instrument response.