Theoretical, physical and metrological problems of further development of measurement techniques and instrumentation in science and technology
This is a reissue of a paper which appeared in ACTA IMEKO 1979, Proceedings of the 8th IMEKO Congress of the International Measurement Confederation, "Measurement for progress in science and technology", 21.-27.5.1979, Moscow, vol. 3, pp. 607-626.
Common interest of both metrologists and representatives of science and technology in constant improvement of measurements as well as general trends in the development of research in the field of metrology, measurement technology and instrumentation at the present-day stage are shown. Problems of general metrology, of improving systems of units and standards ("natural" standards in particular) are considered in detail.
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