Vol. 3, issue 03, article # 17

Nadeev A.I., Shelevoi K.D. Determination of the accuracy of measuring systems by statistical methods. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1990. V. 3. No. 03. P. 294-297.
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Abstract:

A method is proposed for determining the error in the estimate of the event flux intensitywhen a signal is accumulated from realizations in the photon-counting mode. The experimentally obtained dependence of the relative error in the estimate the accumulation level is explained theoretically.

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