It is assumed sometimes that the input of a measurement, and therefore the entity with which a measuring system interacts, is a quantity value, possibly the (true) measurand value, and from this hypothesis the model of ideal measurement as an identity process is formulated. In this paper we show that this position is based on an inappropriate superposition of quantities and quantity values, and therefore should be discarded.

Mari, L., Giordani, A., On the Input of a Measurement Process, <<JOURNAL OF PHYSICS. CONFERENCE SERIES>>, 2015; (588): 1-6 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/69148]

On the Input of a Measurement Process

Giordani, Alessandro
2015

Abstract

It is assumed sometimes that the input of a measurement, and therefore the entity with which a measuring system interacts, is a quantity value, possibly the (true) measurand value, and from this hypothesis the model of ideal measurement as an identity process is formulated. In this paper we show that this position is based on an inappropriate superposition of quantities and quantity values, and therefore should be discarded.
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Mari, L., Giordani, A., On the Input of a Measurement Process, <<JOURNAL OF PHYSICS. CONFERENCE SERIES>>, 2015; (588): 1-6 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/69148]
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