uncertainty


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q equal 1 or -1 and the relative combined uncertainty reduces to the form of equation (16):
Career uncertainty plays an important role in an individual's career decision-making process.
Key words: calibration; deadweight force standard; expanded uncertainty; force; gravity; mass; transfer standard; metrology; uncertainty.
The model was also designed to quantify estimate uncertainty.
The definition of measurement uncertainty is: A parameter associated with the result of a measurement that characterizes the dispersion of the values that could be reasonably attributed to the measurend.
Many perceive change and uncertainty as a threat, and there is a natural tendency to resist threatening environments.
From a scientific perspective, though, it's hard to know whether cats, monkeys, or any other creatures truly experience a sense of uncertainty.
Each chapter shows how uncertainty pervades the chosen subject.
Organic systems are ideal in environments where there is a high degree of task and work flow uncertainty because of the environment's unstable and heterogeneous qualities.
58 generally required an explanatory paragraph be added to the auditor's report whenever the financial statements were affected by an uncertainty if
c] has been determined interferometrically to an uncertainty of about 5 X [10.
Physicists have long believed that Werner Heisenberg's famous uncertainty principle manages the stage (SN: 2/19/94, p.
FRR 36 interprets the existing rules by indicating that disclosure is required unless management (1) determines that the known trend, event, or uncertainty "is not reasonably likely to occur" or (2) determines, assuming that the known trend, event, or uncertainty comes to fruition, that its consequences would not be reasonably likely to have a material effect on the company's financial condition or results of operations.
The revised expanded uncertainty (approximately 95% confidence level) for SRM[R] 1690 polystyrene spheres is equal to 0.