tolerance interval


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tolerance interval

[′täl·ə·rəns ‚in·tər·vəl]
(analytical chemistry)
That range of values within which it has been calculated that a specified percentage of individual values of measurements will lie with a stated confidence level.
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The jump in temperature shall be monitored during the load cycle tests, and must not exceed a tolerance interval of 0 .
To determine reference interval parameter values, the 2-sided tolerance interval was calculated for normally distributed data, and the distribution-free 2-sided tolerance interval was used for other values.
Since FH-based dating generally performed worse than LMP-based dating, a larger tolerance interval may need to be considered before refuting a certain LMP-based GA.
machining] 1,46465E-05 1,4816E-05 1,5098E-05 total variance 0,0001560965 0,000179396 0,000173208 Tolerance interval 0,07496315 0,07936327 0,07896510 (6/0) 0,07936327 Points [M.
The set of "Specifications" includes tolerances and type of inspection operation, such as nominal size, tolerance interval, type of GD&T tolerance, measurement in depth, and so on.
In our case study, the paracone method seems superior to other methods in terms of both MSB% and tolerance interval.
As measured by the UND1X, inflation has been below the Riksbank's inflation target since October 2003, and inflation has generally been less than the lower limit of the tolerance interval.
residual risk) will fall within a risk tolerance interval consistent with the organization's risk appetite.
The overall population 95% tolerance interval (columns 3 and 4) provides a measure of between-child variability.
14] The tolerance interval describes the performance range within which individual subject values will fall 95% of the time.
This article continues the research dialogue and adds to the body of knowledge of tolerance interval literature in defense testing, particularly the Scientific Test and Analysis Techniques (STAT) implementation effort.