|Title||Pure and applied measurement: The need for expanded education|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2018|
|Authors||Harold Kirkham, Rod White|
|Journal||IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine|
|Pagination||52 - 59|
A couple of years ago I&M Magazine published an article entitled Pure and Applied Metrology . It described work done making a measurement of some parameters in the electric power system, parameters that were the coefficients of terms in a not very complicated equation that described the way the signals in the power system varied. That equation was a model of the way the signals in the real world behaved, but it was a simplified one, because the real signals generally included harmonics, random noise, low-frequency components and even non-harmonically-related signals.
|Short Title||IEEE Instrum. Meas. Mag.|