Two Simultaneous Measurement Procedures: A Bayesian Approach.
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WISCONSIN UNIV MADISON MATHEMATICS RESEARCH CENTER
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Thompson J.A.S.A., 58, 1963 discussed a specific type of problem in which two or more instruments are used simultaneously to measure a response. Each item to be measured can be used only once, so that replicate observations are impossible on any instrument, and thus the variance of the instrument readings cannot be estimated directly. Also, if instrument biases exist, they are assumed to be constant throughout the range of observation. Here the authors provide a Bayesian analysis of the two-observer problem and illustrate it with data given by Simon 1946 on thirty fuses used in projectile firings. Author
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