instrument correction

instrument correction

[′in·strə·mənt kə‚rek·shən]
(engineering)
A correction of measurements made on a unit under test for either inaccuracy of the instrument or eroding effect of the instrument.
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The two distinct sample populations converged after instrument correction (Fig.
Lastly, you should attempt to sit with your chin retracted back to keep the weight of your head over your spine," says Dr Stan Pierce, founder, CEO, and lead instructor for EPIC (Evolutionary Percussive Instrument Corrections), and clinical director at the Atlas Spinal Centre.

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