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MS EXCEL AND STANDARDIZATION OF MEASUREMENT RESULT EVALUATION OF BIOSENSOR INPUT CONTROL

Originální název

MS EXCEL AND STANDARDIZATION OF MEASUREMENT RESULT EVALUATION OF BIOSENSOR INPUT CONTROL

Anglický název

MS EXCEL AND STANDARDIZATION OF MEASUREMENT RESULT EVALUATION OF BIOSENSOR INPUT CONTROL

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Nearly in every practical part of some scientific project solution we meet demand to discover or verify a function of a developed device (instrument, sensor, etc.) This process (a measurement) is usually executed repeatedly and usually by various people. A practice shows that if we don’t unify the evaluation result, especially if we have greater number of measurements (hundreds or more), it can cause its ambiguity and thereby to its depreciation. To prevent this depreciation, it is necessary jointly to interpret and to evaluate attained results – to standardize. Analysis and practical solution exploiting Microsoft Excel is presented in this paper.

Anglický abstrakt

Nearly in every practical part of some scientific project solution we meet demand to discover or verify a function of a developed device (instrument, sensor, etc.) This process (a measurement) is usually executed repeatedly and usually by various people. A practice shows that if we don’t unify the evaluation result, especially if we have greater number of measurements (hundreds or more), it can cause its ambiguity and thereby to its depreciation. To prevent this depreciation, it is necessary jointly to interpret and to evaluate attained results – to standardize. Analysis and practical solution exploiting Microsoft Excel is presented in this paper.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT8523,
  author="Ondřej {Sajdl} and Radimír {Vrba} and Jan {Krejčí} and Lukáš {Fujcik}",
  title="MS EXCEL AND STANDARDIZATION OF MEASUREMENT RESULT EVALUATION OF BIOSENSOR INPUT CONTROL",
  annote="Nearly in every practical part of some scientific project solution we meet demand to discover or verify a function of a developed device (instrument, sensor, etc.) This process (a measurement) is usually executed repeatedly and usually by various people. A practice shows that if we don’t unify the evaluation result, especially if we have greater number of measurements (hundreds or more), it can cause its ambiguity and thereby to its depreciation. To prevent this depreciation, it is necessary jointly to interpret and to evaluate attained results – to standardize. Analysis and practical solution exploiting Microsoft Excel is presented in this paper.",
  booktitle="Book of Summaries, XVII IMEKO WORLD CONGRESS, Metrology in the 3rd Millenium",
  chapter="8523",
  year="2003",
  month="june",
  pages="245",
  type="conference paper"
}