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*  Fluorescent glucose biosensor
Uwira, N., N. Opitz, and D.W. Lubbers, INFLUENCE OF ENZYME CONCENTRATION AND THICKNESS OF THE ENZYME LAYER ON THE CALIBRATION ...
*  Measurement microphone calibration
Reciprocity calibration is currently the favoured primary standard for calibration of measurement microphones. The technique ... Reciprocity calibration is a specialist process, and because it forms the basis of the primary standard for sound pressure, ... As such it is more usual to perform reciprocity calibration in an acoustical coupler, and then apply a correction if the ... Microphone calibration by certified laboratories should ultimately be traceable to primary standards a (National) Measurement ...
*  Calibration
... curve Calibrated geometry Calibration (statistics) Color calibration - used to calibrate a computer monitor or ... The assignment of calibration intervals can be a formal process based on the results of previous calibrations. The standards ... The design has to be able to "hold a calibration" through its calibration interval. In other words, the design has to be ... More commonly, a calibration technician is entrusted with the entire process and signs the calibration certificate, which ...
*  Robot calibration
Level-2 calibration, also known as kinematic calibration, concerns the entire geometric robot calibration which includes angle ... Besides the calibration of the robot, the calibration of its tools and the workpieces it works with (the so-called cell ... Level-3 calibration, also called a non-kinematic calibration, models errors other than geometric defaults such as stiffness, ... Depending on the type of errors modeled, the calibration can be classified in three different ways. Level-1 calibration only ...
*  Radiometric calibration
... is a general term used in science and technology for any set of calibration techniques in support of ... "Radiometric Calibration for AgCam" Remote Sens. 2, no. 2: 464-477. Yang, Xiajun, and C. P. Lo. "Relative radiometric ... sensor calibration, and image data processing procedures, which tend to change through times (Teillet, 1986). Targets in multi- ... requires the use of ground measurements at the time of data acquisition for atmospheric correction and sensor calibration. This ...
*  Color calibration
The calibration target for this kind of calibration is that of print stock paper illuminated by D65 light at 120 cd/m2. The ICC ... This means that three independent calibrations need to be performed: The camera or scanner needs a device-specific calibration ... Color calibration is a requirement for all devices taking an active part of a color-managed workflow. Color calibration is used ... The camera calibration needs a known calibration target to be photographed and the resulting output from the camera to be ...
*  Calibration curve
A calibration curve is one approach to the problem of instrument calibration; other standard approaches may mix the standard ... Most analytical techniques use a calibration curve. There are a number of advantages to this approach. First, the calibration ... a calibration curve is a convenient extension of this approach. The calibration curve for a particular analyte in a particular ... Static Calibration of Electronic Transducer-Based Pressure Measurement Systems Example of calibration curve for instrumentation ...
*  Calibration gas
A calibration gas is a reference gas or gas mixture used as comparative standard in the calibration of analytical instruments, ... Therefore, a calibration gas has to be of a precisely defined nature or composition, like zero gas or span gas, for example 500 ... To be a calibration gas, the gas must be traceable to a national or international standard. Traceability is the unbroken chain ... For instance, a calibration gas of 500 ppm CO balance nitrogen having PT +/- 10% contains between 450 ppm and 550 ppm. ...
*  Calibration (statistics)
In addition, "calibration" is used in statistics with the usual general meaning of calibration. For example, model calibration ... Brown, P.J. (1994) Measurement, Regression and Calibration, OUP. ISBN 0-19-852245-2 Ng, K. H., Pooi, A. H. (2008) "Calibration ... calibration, see Naeini, Cooper, Hauskrecht.(2015) Beta calibration, see Kull, Filho, Flach.(2017) The following multivariate ... An overview of calibration methods for two-class and multi-class classification tasks is given by Gebel (2009). The following ...
*  Camera calibration
... may refer to: Camera resectioning, which is called also geometric camera calibration Color mapping, which is ... a method for photometric camera calibration Radiometric calibration. ...
*  Video calibration software
All video calibration software interfaces with a color analyzer that reads the luminance and the color from a commercial ... Video calibration software is software used to improve the quality of commercial video reproduction. Organizations such as the ... Video calibration software: software that receives the signals from the color analyzer and displays the data in numerical ... It was developed by a partnership between an American video engineer and a programmer with a goal to make video calibration ...
*  Camera auto-calibration
In contrast to classic camera calibration, auto-calibration does not require any special calibration objects in the scene. In ... For example, calibration may be obtained if multiple sets of parallel lines or objects with a known shape (e.g. circular) are ... Camera auto-calibration is a form of sensor ego-structure discovery; the subjective effects of the sensor are separated from ... Camera auto-calibration is the process of determining internal camera parameters directly from multiple uncalibrated images of ...
*  Lincoln Calibration Sphere 1
The Lincoln Calibration Sphere 1, or LCS-1, is a large aluminium sphere in Earth orbit since 6 May 1965. It is the oldest ... It has been used for radar calibration since its launch. It was built by Rohr. Corp. for the MIT Lincoln Laboratory. LCS-1 is a ... "radar calibration via satellites". National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center. Acreibo Observatory. Retrieved 23 July 2015. ... Burrows, M.L. "The Quality of the Lincoln Calibration Sphere" (PDF). dtic.mil. Defense Technical information Center. Retrieved ...
*  Corona Satellite Calibration Targets
The Corona Satellite Calibration Targets pictured in the image gallery are two of the few remaining ones in the desert. The ... The Corona Satellite Calibration Targets are 272 concrete markers in and around Casa Grande, Arizona that helped to calibrate ... Remaining Corona Satellite Calibration Targets - Google map of 145 remaining markers which formed a grid, used from 1959 to ... Manaugh, Geoff (8 April 2014). "Zooming-In On Satellite Calibration Targets in the Arizona Desert". Atlas Obscura. Retrieved 14 ...
*  Calibration of radiocarbon dates
The calibration curve itself has an associated error term, which can be seen on the graph labelled "Calibration error and ... Stuiver, M.; Reimer, P.J. Reimer; Reimer, R. (2013). "CALIB Radiocarbon Calibration". CALIB 14C Calibration Program. Queen's ... which must be converted to calendar ages by a process called calibration. Calibration is needed because the atmospheric 14 C/12 ... without reference to the lines showing the calibration error. Variations in the calibration curve can lead to very different ...
*  Neutrino Array Radio Calibration
The Neutrino Array Radio Calibration (NARC) experiment is the successor to the Radio Ice Cherenkov Experiment (RICE) which will ... Neutrino Array Radio Calibration webpage IceCube Neutrino Observatory "Award Abstract #0826747, Neutrino Array Radio ... Calibration". National Science Foundation. 2009-04-15. Retrieved 2009-04-10. [permanent dead link]. ...
*  On-The-Fly Calibration
In the past, instruments that undergo evolution of calibration files or calibration software often required users to carry out ... The main goals behind the implementation of the OTFC system are to take advantage of better calibration files and the much ... In observational astronomy an On-The-Fly Calibration (OTFC) system calibrates data when a user's request for the data is ... The system can also offer more calibration steps than were available when the data was first released and can implement ...
*  Canadian National Calibration Reference Centre
This calibration is a critical step in ensuring that measurements of internal radiation doses to workers are accurate. The ... The National Calibration Reference Centre for Bioassay and In Vivo Monitoring (NCRC) is administered by the Radiation ... Canadian National Calibration Reference Centre Human Monitoring Laboratory Bioassay Laboratory Canadian Nuclear Safety ... The NCRC provides a national calibration reference service to universities, hospitals, public utilities and private firms in ...
*  Air Force Metrology and Calibration Program Office
In June, the name was also changed to the 2802nd Inertial Guidance and Calibration Group under HQ Air Force Logisitics Command ... The Dayton Air Force Depot was given the authority to establish a centralized calibration program. Under their plan, the Air ... It retains engineering authority for all calibrations performed in the PMEL labs throughout the Air Force, and oversees the ... The United States Air Force calibration program was initiated in January 1952 to comply with AF Regulation 74-2, which outlined ...
*  Escadron de transport, d'entrainement et de calibration
The Escadron de transport, d'entraînement et de calibration 00.065 (ETEC 65, "Transportation, training and calibration squadron ... In 1991, the three units were merged again into the l'ETEC 00.065 (escadron de transport, d'entraînement et de calibration), ...
*  National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories
All the accredited laboratory have to follow ISO/IEC 17025 to maintain quality management system in testing and calibration. ... All the Official information from National Accreditation Board for Testing & Calibration Laboratories (NABL), can be found in ... National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL). NABL is an autonomous society providing ... Such international arrangements facilitate acceptance of test / calibration results between countries to which MRA partners ...
*  Calibration (Is Pushing Luck and Key Too Far)
... is the fifth studio album by Omar Rodríguez-López, and the fourth released in the ... According to the label, the original title given to them by Omar was "Calibration Is Pushing Luck and Key Too Far" but the "Is ... "Mexico" - 3:00 "El Monte T'aï" - 2:33 "Una Ced Lacerante" - 2:47 "Calibration" - 3:36 "Grey (Canción para Él)" - 3:29 "Glosa ... Calibration was Omar's second album to chart on a Billboard music chart and his highest charting yet, peaking at #29 on the Top ...
*  Mean down time
Calibration. Many forms of mechanical or electronic equipment require periodic intrusive calibration. Other administrative ...
*  Integrated logistics support
Calibration equipment. Test equipment. Automatic test equipment. Support equipment for on- and off-equipment maintenance. ... Technical and supply bulletins Transportability guidance technical manuals Maintenance expenditure limits and calibration ...
*  Verification and validation
"External Calibration". Retrieved 18 March 2008. Torres, Rebecca E.; William A. Hyman (2007). "Replacement Parts-Identical, ... ISBN 3-527-31255-2. "Calibration of dissolution test apparatus (USP apparatus 1 and 2) - SOP". Missing or empty ,url= (help) ... in particular items that are shock sensitive and require balancing or calibration, and re-qualification needs to be conducted ...