Dynamic measurement and its relation to metrology, mathematical theory and signal processing: A review
Ruhm, Karl H.
Shestakov, Alexander L.
- Conference Paper
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Dynamic measurements are measurements of quantities with time-dependent values using measuring instruments that are mathematically modelled by dynamic measurement systems. Typical examples are quantities with rapidly changing values, such as pressure in a combustion engine or the forces acting in a crash test. The theory underlying such measurements is considerably old but spread across different disciplines like mathematics, statistics, signal processing, engineering and control theory. In order to further develop metrology for dynamic measurements, the different elements have to be brought together under a common and harmonized umbrella. This contribution takes a first step towards this aim by reviewing mathematical theory, signal processing and elements of metrology. Show more
Journal / seriesJournal of Physics. Conference Series
Pages / Article No.
PublisherInstitute of Physics
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