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10:36 Feb 4, 2012
English to Polish translations [PRO]
Science - Mathematics & Statistics
English term or phrase: probability content
Assuming that the accuracy measurements are normally distributed (or can be transformed to normal) and that each measurement is independent, the following methods enable accuracy measurements to be used as the basis for determining a statistical tolerance interval for each Vset, i.e. an interval where there is a fixed probability (confidence level) that the interval will contain at least a proportion (probability content, p) of the true population from which the sample is taken. The statistical tolerance interval is two-sided or one-sided (e.g. dose efficiency and minimum-deliverable-dose assessments) and the limits of the interval are called "statistical tolerance limits" or "natural limits of the process".
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Polish translation:ø (go pominąć)
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