Dynamic measuring methods: a review
AbstractThe paper presents an overview of the directions in the development of dynamic measurement methods. First, the concept of dynamic measurements and a short historical background are outlined. The author describes several types of dynamic characteristics of measuring equipment, which fully characterise their dynamic properties. The next part is devoted to an analysis of the types of dynamic errors and their corrections. In conclusion, an overview of the identification of dynamic characteristics is given.
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