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EVS-ISO 5725-3:2002

Accuracy (trueness and precision) of measurement methods and results - Part 3: Intermediate measures of the precision of a standard measurement method

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Valid from 01.06.2002
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ISO 5725-3:1994
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07.06.2010
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01.06.2002
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This part of ISO 5725 specifies four intermediate measures due to changes in observation conditions (time, calibration, operator and equipment) within a laboratory. These intermediate measures can be established by an experiment within a specific laboratory or by an interlaboratory experiment. Furthermore, this part of ISO 5725 a) discusses the implications of the definitions of intermediate precision measures; b) presents guidance on the interpretation and application of the estimates of intermediate precision measures in practical situations; c) does not provide any measure of the errors in estimating intermediate precision measures; d) does not concern itself with determining the trueness of the measurement method itself, but does discuss the connections between trueness and measurement conditions.
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