Decision-making & risks: papers

AFNOR “Metrology and statistical applications – Use of uncertainty in measurement: presentation of some examples and common practice,” FD x07-022, 2004.

David Deaver, “Guardbanding with Confidence,” 1994 NCSL Workshop & Symposium, pp. 383-394, 1994.

Deming cycle

W.E. Deming, Deming Electronic Network Web Site, 2000;

EURACHEM/EUROLAB/CITAC/NICe 2007, “Measurement uncertainty arising from sampling: A guide to methods and approaches” (2007)

EURACHEM/EUROLAB/CITAC/NICe 2007 “Use of uncertainty information in compliance assessment”, (2007)

T. Fearn, S. Fisher, M. Thompson and S. Ellison, “A decision-theory approach to fitness for purpose in analytical measurement,” Analyst, vol. 127, pp. 818 – 824, 2002.

A. Forbes, “Measurement uncertainty and optimized conformance assessment,” Measurement, vol. 39, pp. 808 – 14, 2006.

F.E. Grubbs and H.J. Coons, “On setting test limits relative to specification limits,” Industrial Quality Control, pp. 15 – 20, March 1954.

P.M. Gy, Sampling for Analytical Purposes, J. Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ, ISBN: 978-0-471-97956-2, 1998.

ILAC Guidelines on Assessment and Reporting of Compliance with Specification, ILAC Guide no. 8, 1996.

ISO 2859, Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes, ISO Geneva (CH), under revision (in 10 parts), 1999.

ISO3951-1 Sampling procedures for inspection by variables – Part 1, 2006.

ISO 10012 Metrological confirmation for measuring equipment & processes

ISO 10576-01 2004 “Statistical methods – Guidelines for the evaluation of conformity with specified requirements”

ISO/IEC 17000:2004 “Conformity assessment – General vocabulary

ISO/IEC 17001:2004 “Conformity assessment – Impartiality and related bodies – Principles and requirements

R. Kacker, N.F. Zhang, and C. Hagwood, “Real-time control of a measurement process,” Metrologia, vol. 33, pp. 433 – 45, 1996.

R.S. Kenett and Thyregod, “Aspects of statistical consulting not taught by academia”, Statistica Neerlandica, special issue on Industrial Statistics, vol. 60, pp. 396 – 412, 2006.

B. King 2004, “Measurement uncertainty in sports drug testing,” Accred. Qual. Assur., vol. 9, pp. 369 – 373, 2004

I Lira 1999 “A Bayesian approach to the consumer’s and producer’s risks in measurement”, Metrologia 36 397-402 doi:10.1088/0026-1394/36/5/1

C. Mallows 1998, “The Zeroth Problem,” The American Statistician, vol. 52, pp. 1 – 9, 1998.

B. Mandelbrot and N. Taleb 2006, “Wild uncertainty,” Financial Times, 2006-03-24, Part 2 of ‘Mastering Uncertainty’ series, 2006.

D.C. Montgomery 1996, Introduction to Statistical Quality Control, J. Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ, ISBN: 0-471-30353-4, 1996.

V Mousseau and A Tsoukias 2009 “Ordinal Measurement for Decision Aid: A Conceptual Framework and Research Agenda”, XIX IMEKO World Congress “Fundamental and Applied Metrology”, Sept 6 – 11, Lisbon (PT)

L.R. Pendrill and H. Källgren 2006, “Decision-making with uncertainty in attribute sampling,” Advanced Mathematical and Computational Tools in Metrology VII, in Series on Advances in Mathematics for Applied Sciences vol. 72, pp. 212 – 220, 2006, World Scientific, Singapore, ISBN 981-256-674-0.

L.R. Pendrill and H. Källgren 2006, “Exhaust gas analysers and optimised sampling, uncertainties and costs,Accred. Qual. Assur., vol. 11, no. 10, pp. 496 – 505, Oct. 2006.

L.R. Pendrill 2006, “Optimised measurement uncertainty and decision-making when sampling by variables or by attribute,” Measurement , vol. 39, pp. 829-840, 2006;

L.R. Pendrill and H. Källgren 2007, “Optimised measurement uncertainty and decision-making in the metering of energy, fuel and exhaust gases,” submitted to Izmeritelnaya Technika (Measurement Techniques), 2007.

L R Pendrill 2007 “Optimised Measurement Uncertainty and Decision-Making in Conformity Assessment”, NCSLi Measure, Vol. 2, no. 2, pp 76 – 86

F-J.V. Polo, M. Negrin, X. Badia and M. Roset, “Bayesian regression models for cost-effectiveness analysis,” Eur. J. Health. Econom. vol. 1, pp. 45 – 52, 2005.

Poulton, E.C. 1989 Bias in Quantifying Judgments. Hillsdale, USA: Erlbaum

M.H. Ramsey, J. Lyn and R. Wood, “Optimised uncertainty at minimum overall cost to achieve fitness-for-purpose in food analysis,” Analyst, vol. 126, pp. 1777 – 1783, 2001.

G.B. Rossi and F. Crenna, “A probabilistic approach to measurement-based decisions,” Measurement, vol. 39, pp. 101 – 119, 2006.

O. Svensson 2009, “Driving speed changes and subjective estimates of time savings, accident risks and braking”, Applied Cognitive Psychology, 23, 543 – 60

G. Taguchi, Taguchi on Robust Technology, New York, ASME Press, 1993.

M. Thompson and T. Fearn, Analyst, “What exactly is fitness for purpose in analytical measurement?,” vol. 121, pp. 275 – 278, 1996.

Hilko van der Voet, Wout Slob (2007) “Integration of Probabilistic Exposure Assessment and Probabilistic Hazard Characterization”, Risk Analysis 27 (2), 351–371.

R.H. Williams and C.F. Hawkins, “The Economics of Guardband Placement,” Proceedings, 24th IEEE International Test Conference, Baltimore, MD, Oct. 17-21, 1993 (MD)

R R Yager 2004 “Uncertainty modeling and decision support”, Reliability Engineering and System Safety 85, 341 – 54

Geometrical Product Specifications (GPS) Standards

ISO/TR 14638: 1995 Geometrical product specification (GPS) – Masterplan

ISO/TS 17450-2:2005 Geometrical product specifications (GPS) – General concepts – Part 2: Basic tenets, specifications, operators and uncertainties

ISO 14253-1:1998, Geometrical Product Specification (GPS) — Inspection by measurement of workpieces and measuring instruments — Part 1: Decision rules for proving conformance or non-conformance with specifications.

ISO/TS 14253-2:1999 Calibration of measurement equipment and in product verification

ISO 14253-3:1998, Geometrical Product Specification (GPS) — Inspection by measurement of workpieces and measuring instruments — Part 3: Procedures for evaluating the integrity of uncertainty of measurement values.

ISO/TS 14253-3:2002 Guidelines for achieving agreements on measurement uncertainty statements

ISO 14978 2002 Geometrical Product Specification (GPS) —General concepts and requirements for GPS measuring equipment

ISO/TS 15530-3 Geometrical Product Specification (GPS) — Coordinate measuring machines (CMM): Technique for determining the uncertainty of measurement – Part 3: Use of calibrated workpieces or standards

ISO/TS 23165:2006 Guidelines for evaluation of CMM test uncertainty

Lu WL, Jiang X, Liu XJ and Xu Z G 2008 “Compliance uncertainty of diameter characteristic in the next-generation geometrical product specifications and verifications”, Meas. Sci. Technolog. 19, 105103 (8pp)

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