The unification of experimental and theoretical measurements

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04 Mar

The unification of experimental and theoretical measurements

The uncertainty due to calibration and resolution, previously considered experimental artifacts, is shown to be equal to the uncertainty that appears in QM theory and experiment.

 Many people working in standardization today recognize standards are fundamental. Relative Measurement Theory,  the first formal development of an experimental measurement which includes the uncertainty due to calibration and resolution, develops the formal proof that standards are fundamental.

Understanding theory (of standards) provides the basis for further developing the practice (of standardization).

"The Entrepreneur and Standards" paper was originally submitted to the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) as part of the IEC Centenary Challenge 2006, organized in association with “The Economist”, and in partnership with the IEEE, the IET and VDE. This paper received the joint second prize on December 14, 2006. It has been published in International Standardization as a Strategic Tool: Commended Papers from the IEC Centenary Challenge 2006, p. 143-154. Geneva, Switzerland: International Electrotechnical Commission.

"Cloud Computing Standardization" paper was submitted to the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) – IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) Challenge 2012. This paper received the first prize and was presented in Oslo, Norway, October 5, 2012. It has been published in How does electrotechnology impact economic, social and environmental development? Winning papers from the IEC-IEEE Challenge 2012, p. 15-25, Geneva, Switzerland.