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Title: Vision - Based Inspection
Author: Eileen Hallman, Don Christian, Henry Pfister
Source: 1992 Measurement Science Conference
Year Published: 1992
Abstract: Both frequentist and subjectivist approaches to statistics are formulated in terms of complete sets of incompatible events over which stable probability distributions are defined. Thus to apply statistics to experimental results measurements must be controlled, i.e. their results, and the errors affecting them, must belong to stable statistical populations. Error population means are strictly systematic errors (errors of method) determined by the experimental specification and are not random variables sampled by the experiment. Because there is always a level of magnitude below which such errors are not investigated experimentally, use of subjective error distributions is unavoidable when assessing their corresponding uncertainty components.




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