Measurement Uncertainty: Books

Box G, Hunter W, and Hunter S 1978 “Statistics for experimenters”, Wiley – Interscience (New York), ISBN 0-471-09315-7

Chatfield, C 1983 “Statistics for technology – a course in applied statistics”, 3rd ed., Chapman & Hall ISBN 0 412 25340 2

Chrysler Corp, Ford Motor Company and General Motors Corporation 1995 “Measurement System Analysis MSA“, Reference manual, 2nd edition

Chrysler Corp, Ford Motor Company and General Motors Corporation 1992 “Statistical Process Control SPC“, Reference manual

Devore J L 1995 “Probability and statistics for engineering and the sciences”, Brooks/Cole Publishing Cmpy, ISBN 0-534-24264-4

Devore J L 2004 “Probability and statistics for engineering and the sciences”, sixth edition, Brooks/Cole Publishing Cmpy, ISBN 0-534-39933-9

Dietrich CF 1991 “Uncertainty, Calibration and Probability”, 2nd. ed, Adam Hilger, ISBN 0-7503-0060-4

EUROLAB 2007 “Measurement uncertainty revisited: Alternative approaches to uncertainty evaluation”, Technical Report No. 1/2007

Freiden B R 1991 “Probability, statistical optics, and data testing”, 2nd ed., Springer-Verlag ISBN 3-540-53310-9

JCGM WG1 GUM – Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement,

http://www.bipm.org/en/publications/guides/gum.html

Lindskog J 1994 “Mätvärdesbehandling och rapportering av mätresultat.” Sandtorp konsult AB

Montgomery DC 1997 “Design and analysis of experiments”, 4th edition, John Wiley & Sons Inc (New York), ISBN 0-471-15746-5

Taylor J R “An introduction to error analysis”, 2nd edition, University Science Books (CA, USA), ISBN 0-935702-42-3

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