It is considered the problem of determination of a reference value for heteroscedastic interval data. For this aim, the newly proposed by the authors interval fusion with preference aggregation (IF&PA) procedure is used. The procedure, modified to improve the accuracy of the fusion result, is presented and applied to process the heteroscedastic data of a real experiment. The experiment consisted in determination of the reference value of DC voltage based on the readings of five different models of multimeters. For comparison, the same data were processed by the method of weighted mean. For two methods, an absolute deviations of the obtained reference values from the nominal value (which is a high-precision calibrator output) and reference value uncertainties were estimated. It is shown that the IF&PA procedure allows to obtain a reference value very close to nominal value and with considerably reduced uncertainty in comparison with traditional method based on weighted mean calculation.
|Состояние||Опубликовано - 2020|
|Событие||17th IMEKO TC 10 and EUROLAB Virtual Conference: Global Trends in Testing, Diagnostics and Inspection for 2030 - Dubrovnik, Virtual, Хорватия|
Продолжительность: 20 окт 2020 → 22 окт 2020
|Конференция||17th IMEKO TC 10 and EUROLAB Virtual Conference: Global Trends in Testing, Diagnostics and Inspection for 2030|
|Период||20.10.20 → 22.10.20|
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering