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NIST Technical Note 1297
1994 Edition (Supersedes 1993 Edition)
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Barry N. Taylor and Chris E. Kuyatt
A method of evaluating and expressing uncertainty in measurement adapted from NIST Technical Note 1297.
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Preface to the 1994 Edition
2. Classification of Components of Uncertainty
3. Type A Evaluation of Standard Uncertainty
4. Type B Evaluation of Standard Uncertainty
5. Combined Standard Uncertainty
6. Expanded Uncertainty
7. Reporting Uncertainty
A: Law of Propagation of Uncertainty
B: Coverage Factors
C: Statements of Uncertainty Associated with Measurement Results
D: Clarification and Additional Guidance
D.2 Identification of uncertainty components
D.3 Equation (A-2)
D.4 Measurand defined by the measurement method; characterization of test methods; simple calibration
D.5 tp and the quantile t1-α
D.6 Uncertainty and units of the SI; proper use of the SI and quantity and unit symbols
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Date created: July 6, 2009 | Last updated: November 10, 2015