By Franco (EDT)/ Forbes, Alistair B. (EDT) Pavese
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As a matter of fact, in most cases, the data supplied by each laboratory to its users as a calibration, or to a comparison in the case of inter comparisons, should be considered representing the typical capability of the laboratory, that is, as samples from the population of repeated measurements performed on the speciﬁc laboratory standard. , local) population; it is not a summary statistic of only the (few) speciﬁc measurement results obtained for the calibration, or for the comparison. It is assumed, instead, to be consistent with the expectation of the local standard, as currently maintained.
An Introduction to Data Modelling Principles in Metrology and Testing 19 – The ﬁrst pair of subsequent terms are estimates performed within each laboratory: ε is the component of the total error that is assumed to be common to all laboratories, therefore not depending on the subscript i; εi is the zero-mean and with variance depending on the laboratory; – The second pair of terms, “(possibly zero) arising from unforeseen or incompletely assessed sources of error”, additionally holds speciﬁcally in the case of comparisons: ε is “the shared oﬀset of which the laboratories are unaware, be it a reﬂection of the state of the art, an oﬀset due to incomplete understanding of the measurement model or .
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