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Author Topic: Uncertainty and TUR  (Read 13477 times)

Offline michthai

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Re: Uncertainty and TUR
« Reply #15 on: 09-26-2011 -- 00:04:05 »
WestCoast, that uncertainty per test point verbiage is Z540.3 driven. Z540.3 wants to make sure a "risk assessment" is made at the test point level. There are ways around this without hiring a team of statisticians. There was supposed to be a presentation at this year's NCSL conference regarding this very subject. Let me know if you want more information.

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Re: Uncertainty and TUR
« Reply #16 on: 09-26-2011 -- 13:30:50 »
If the presentation from NCSL is available to be put into a PDF and emailed, I would like a copy, if you have access to it.  We are actually members, but didn't go to the conference.  I'll have to find out whats up with the proceedings and see if we can get a copy.
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Re: Uncertainty and TUR
« Reply #17 on: 09-26-2011 -- 16:19:36 »
http://www.ilac.org/documents/ILAC_P14_12_2010.pdf

This is the guidance that Tektronix is using to state that all uncertainties have to reported as of Nov, 1, 2012.

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Re: Uncertainty and TUR
« Reply #18 on: 09-26-2011 -- 17:04:47 »
http://www.ilac.org/documents/ILAC_P14_12_2010.pdf

This is the guidance that Tektronix is using to state that all uncertainties have to reported as of Nov, 1, 2012.

Thank you for posting.

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Re: Uncertainty and TUR
« Reply #19 on: 09-26-2011 -- 17:50:05 »
http://www.ilac.org/documents/ILAC_P14_12_2010.pdf

This is the guidance that Tektronix is using to state that all uncertainties have to reported as of Nov, 1, 2012.

Note that this directive is from ILAC, not A2LA, as previously posted.

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Re: Uncertainty and TUR
« Reply #20 on: 09-26-2011 -- 20:47:49 »
Hawaii,

I sent a couple of word docs to you via email. They are both very informative and go a long way to help anyone interested in becoming Z540.3 compliant to build a "how are we going to get there from here" strategy.

 

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