Measurement Process Characterization
2.3.3. What are calibration designs?
|Assumptions which may be violated||
Two of the usual assumptions relating to calibration measurements are
not always valid and result in biases. These assumptions are:
|Ideal situation||In the ideal situation, bias is eliminated by taking the difference between a measurement X on the test item and a measurement R on the reference standard. However, there are situations where the ideal is not satisfied:|