Handbook of Chemometrics and Qualimetrics, Part 1

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Elsevier, Dec 12, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 886 pages
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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Chapter 2 Statistical Description of the Quality of Processes and Measurements
21
Chapter 3 The Normal Distribution
47
Chapter 4 An Introduction To Hypothesis Testing
73
Chapter 5 Some Important Hypothesis Tests
93
Chapter 6 Analysis of Variance
121
Chapter 7 Control Charts
151
Chapter 8 Straight Line Regression and Calibration
171
Chapter 16 The 2x2 Contingency Table
475
Chapter 17 Principal Components
519
Chapter 18 Information Theory
557
Chapter 19 Fuzzy Methods
573
Chapter 20 Process Modelling and Sampling
587
Chapter 21 An Introduction To Experimental Design
643
Chapter 22 Twolevel Factorial Designs
659
Chapter 23 Fractional Factorial Designs
683

Chapter 9 Vectors and Matrices
231
Chapter 10 Multiple and Polynomial Regression
263
Chapter 11 Nonlinear Regression
305
Chapter 12 Robust Statistics
339
Chapter 13 Internal Method Validation
379
Chapter 14 Method Validation by Interlaboratory Studies
441
Chapter 15 Other Distributions
461
Chapter 24 Multilevel Designs
701
Chapter 25 Mixture Designs
739
Chapter 26 Other Optimization Methods
771
Chapter 27 Genetic Algorithms and Other Global Search Strategies
805
Index
849
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Page 41 - ... procedure a very large number of times. The smaller the systematic part of the experimental errors which affect the results, the more accurate is the procedure.
Page 41 - ... precision: The closeness of agreement between the results obtained by applying the experimental procedure several times under prescribed conditions. The smaller the random part of the experimental errors which affect the results, the more precise is the procedure.
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Page 40 - This process is called randomization. 2.82 true value : The value which characterizes a quantity perfectly defined in the conditions which exist at the moment when that quantity is observed (or the subject of a determination). lt is an ideal value which could be arrived at only if all causes of measurement error were eliminated and the population was infinite.
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