Reducing and controlling errors of measurement, Supply Chain Management

Reducing and controlling errors of measurement

  • To reduce and control errors for all sources of measurement variation steps can be taken. By applying a numerical connection to the measured data, the systematic errors that contribute to bias can sometimes be handled.
  • The measurements made by an instrument are compared to a reference standard of known accuracy in a calibration program. An adjustment is made, if the instrumentation is found to be out of calibration. A calibration program can become complex for these reasons:
  • Large number of measuring instruments.
  • The necessity for periodic calibration of many instruments.
  • The requirement for many reference standards.
  • The augmented technological complexity of new instruments.
  • The diversity of types of instruments i.e. mechanical, electronic, chemical etc.
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