intercalibration

intercalibration

[‚in·tər‚kal·ə′brā·shən]
(analytical chemistry)
A state achieved by a group of laboratories engaged in a monitoring program in which they produce and maintain compatible data outputs.
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DMSP-OLS radiance calibrated nighttime lights time series with intercalibration.
For intercalibration of the historical accuracy of this account, it is instructive to compare it with Liefer's (2011:169- 189) more detailed and extensively illustrated treatment of the same incident and its aftermath.
A series of intercalibration transects was conducted in a high-complexity (HC) and in a low-complexity (LC) habitat by having the towed video followed by a diver conducting a concurrent standard BT, covering the exact same surface area as the towed video.
Intercalibration of four spectrofluorometric protocols for measuring RNA/DNA ratios in larval and juvenile fish.
Intercalibration mussel homogenate (IAEA-436 and MA-MEDPOL-1/TM) samples from IAEA MEL-Laboratory, Monaco were used as control for analytical methods.
This research adopts the approach proposed by Wu to realize the intercalibration of NTL images of Zhejiang province.
of ratings systems for monitoring member states as a result of the exercise of fixing intercalibration.
The EU WFD requires that the boundaries between the ecological quality classes should be verified through intercalibration exercises (European Commission, 2000).
Another important development for on-orbit calibration came in the early part of this century from the researchers at NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, (Cao and Andrew Heidinger), who first showed that Simultaneous Nadir Overpasses (SNOs) can be utilized for the satellite-to-satellite intercalibration of radiometers [59].