measurand

measurand

A substance being measured.

measurand

(mĕzh′ĕr-ănd″)
Any quantity subject to measurement.
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In addition, non-classical states have to be optimized precisely to a specific measurand. "Unfortunately, this is often at the expense of increased inaccuracy in another relevant measure," explains Fabian Wolf the challenge.
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The heater power required to keep the TCOM01 at a constant temperature is the main measurand. Incorporating 5 heat flux sensors with a black absorber, it also offers a detailed picture of the heat gain and loss from different directions, and a good indication of convective and radiative asymmetry.
Measurement uncertainty Non-negative parameter characterizing the dispersion of the quantity values being attributed to a measurand, based on the information used (41).
The fundamental tenet of metrology is that one can never be certain that any measurement accurately captures the value of the measurand. Id.
This is understandable; from a commonsense perspective, there should be a true value for the measurand in a sample, and with the complex technologies available to modern laboratories, it should be a simple task to provide an accurate result for any routine test.
We seek to know the "true" value of an analyte (measurand) in a patient sample.
It provides a functional assessment of the blood mineral buffering system by integrating the interplay of the various components of this system into a single functional measurand. It thus adds important information beyond today's isolated measurement of single components which are challenging to integrate into a risk score in an objective and physiologically meaningful manner.
The aim of the experiment is to implement the concept of using the HCPBF in the optical fiber interferometric stethoscope system, how it can interact with the applied signals, and how the measurand's relevant information is extracted by the PGC demodulation technique.