Introductory notes for the Acta IMEKO special section on the "22nd Symposium on the Measurement of Electrical Quantities" and the "20th Workshop on ADC/DAC Modeling and Testing"
AbstractDistinguished Readers, this finalizing issue of Acta IMEKO’s volume 7 presented here is based on the 22nd International Symposium and 20th Workshop on ADC/DAC held in Iasi, Romania in September 2017 by IMEKO Technical Committee Number 4, (Measurement of Electrical Quantities). This joint event was organized and hosted with the aim of supporting world development through electrical andelectronic measurements and of bringing to the debate among the global community of specialists the latest results achieved by professors and researchers from 17 countries with significant experience and results achieved within the realm of the IMEKO Confederation. Out of the 109 presented papers, the section chairmen and members of the Scientific Committee rigorously selected the 20 most suitable papers according to the standards, requirements, and reputation of Acta IMEKO Journal. After much hard work, in the company of a very demanding panel of reviewers but with a constructive approach, the best 12 papers were finally polished and consequently accepted for this issue. A common feature of the articles presented here is their innovative approach and technically and financially affordable solutions.
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