By P. Ciarlini, E Filipe, A B Forbes, F Pavese, C Perruchet, B R L Siebert
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Cox and P. M. Harris. Measurement uncertainty and the propagation of distributions. In Proceedings of Metrologie 2001, Saint-Louis, France, 2001. M. G. Cox and P. M. Harris. SS/M Best Practice Guide No. 6, Uncertainty evaluation. Technical report, National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, UK, 2004. M. G. Cox, P. M. Harris, and Emma R. Woolliams. Data evaluation of key comparisons involving linked bilateral measurements and multiple artefacts. In NCSL International Workshop and Symposium, Washington, USA, 2005.
Values of the coefficients ai and bi for sample sizes n < 10. 004 As an alternative to the TMd statistic in Eq. (1), we shall consider the classical sample mean X. Also, apart from the TR statistic in Eq. (2), we shall consider the usual standard deviation estimators, the sample standard deviation S and the sample range R. Any of these scale estimators is standardized through the division by a scale c„, so that it has a unit mean value whenever the underlying model is normal. The scales cn are provided in Table 2 for the same values of n.
Method, compute the B partial estimates, Aj, fl\i and cf\i, 1 < i < B, and consider their averages, A = 5Z»=i ^i/Bi Ji\ and a\, as the overall estimates to be used. (3) To control the on-line production, collect rational subgroups of size n = 5 along time, apply first the Box-Cox transformation in (7), with A replaced by A, and consider the standardized data (zi — Jl\) /cf\. The data obtained may then be regarded as approximately standard normal, being then safe to use control limits adequate for such a model.
Advanced Mathematical And Computational Tools in Metrology VII (Series on Advances in Mathematics for Applied Sciences) by P. Ciarlini, E Filipe, A B Forbes, F Pavese, C Perruchet, B R L Siebert