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the act or process of ascertaining dimensions, quantity, or capacity

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An additional person is required to record the measurements to further eliminate bias.
that are essential to maximizing health outcomes in ways consistent with the patient's values dearly fall within the technical aspects of quality and thus must be encompassed by quality measurement.
With two internal signal sources -- each with high output power (+16 dBm), low harmonics (-59 dBc), a wide power sweep range (40 dB), and a built-in pulse modulator and signal combiner, the PNA-X can easily perform amplifier intermodulation distortion, hot S22, traditional S-parameter and pulsed-S-parameter measurements along with harmonic and compression measurements.
After this initial information about precision of the apparatus, we present the application of this method in static measurements of tires in the next section.
The expanded uncertainty U is reported in units of the transducer response, providing the uncertainty in the response values calculated from the calibration equation yielded by the NIST calibration measurements.
SP measurements involve detection of a voltage signal when aqueous solution is forced through a pad of fibers.
Because the data that do exist were all gathered by different researchers, the inevitably subjective nature of the measurements precludes making valid comparisons.
A balanced performance measurement system (often referred to as a balanced scorecard) is a set of quantifiable business measurements derived from an organization's strategies, goals and objectives.
If your measurements are too complex and time-consuming to collect, no one will use them.
The shear thinning characteristics of the same selected polymers, loaded at 25 parts by volume with N660 carbon black, were measured by both the capillary rheometer and the RPA, and figure 16 shows the very good correlation between the shear thinning measurements.
Following this, advances included the (a-stable) relative spring gravimeters, free-fall measurements made by dropping macroscopic objects and using the methods of geometrical optics to sense motion, and finally, free-fall measurements made using optical interferometry.
But while there is a broad consensus on the most effective tools, the fact that existing tools do not attract high scores for "very effective," and that non-measurers have serious concerns about cost, indicates that the providers of measurement tools have to do a lot of work to demonstrate both the relevance and the value of their measurements.
If these overall measurements are applied to all departments and coupled with each department's measurement and reward systems, an organization stands a better chance of working in collaboration towards the same goal.
With the assistance of one volunteer, we obtained these measurements during 30 sessions over a period of 2 months.