Algorithm for Estimation of Measurement Devices Software's Metrological Reliability

Knyva, V.; Knyva, M.
May 2010
Electronics & Electrical Engineering;2010, Issue 100, p47
Academic Journal
Nowadays, parameters, characteristics and functionality of measurement devices basically depend on microprocessors software. Software used in measurement devices overtakes functions from a hardware part of the device. For example, data processing algorithms, auto diagnostic control functions are implemented using software. Basically during verification of the device, just a hardware part of the device is verified. But devices metrological reliability depends on implemented auto diagnostic algorithm. In this article algorithm on how to estimate metrological reliability of measurements devices software is presented. Few experimental testing results of heat meters autodiagnostic algorithm software presented.


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