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    Video: Old and New Concepts Approximating Metrological Traceability in Human and Social Measurement
    William P. Fisher, Jr. - University of California Outline: Review of how symbols are associated with things for quantitative comparability Related concepts in psychology and the social sciences: True Score Theory Guttman Item Response Theory Rasch’s Models for Measurement Construct Mapping Keywords: Industry, Research & Development (R&D), Papers 2014 ...
    Erstellt: 12.10.2014 22:10
     
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    16th Joint International IMEKO TC1+TC7+TC13 Symposium Funchal
    16th Joint International IMEKO TC1+TC7+TC13 Symposium, 03.09.-05.09.2014, Funchal ...
    Erstellt: 04.10.2014 23:18
     
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    Video: From Concrete to Abstract in the Measurement of Length
    William P. Fisher, Jr. - University of California,  Andreas Stephanou - Australian Council for Educational Research Content: Two Rasch Measurement Experiments that measure length Experiment 1 Experiment 2 Same Design Elements Across Experiments Experiment 1 Results Experiment 2 Results Discussion Conclusions Keywords: Research & Development (R&D), Education & Training (E&T), Videos 2013 ...
    Erstellt: 08.10.2013 8:42
     
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    Video: Overcoming the Invisibility of Metrology: A Reading Measurement Network for Education
    William P. Fisher, Jr. - University of California Content: Metrology Metrology is Fundamental Consequences for Psychology and Social Sciences Theory and Models Instruments and Traceability Implications Keywords: Research & Development (R&D), Education & Training (E&T), Videos 2013 ...
    Erstellt: 08.10.2013 8:33
     
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    15th Joint International IMEKO TC1+TC7+TC13 Symposium Genova
    15th Joint International IMEKO TC1+TC7+TC13 Symposium, 04.09.-06.09.2013, Genova ...
    Erstellt: 15.09.2013 23:30
     
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    New Metrological Horizons: Invariant Reference Standards for Instruments Measuring
    William P. Fisher, Jr. - Avatar International, Inc. Main Themes: - Fundamental measurement     - Theory     - Supporting evidence - Metrology networks - Trends indicating growing demand - Recommendations Keywords: Papers 2008, Industry, Research & Development (R&D) ...
    Erstellt: 20.06.2012 15:31
     
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    Video: Measurement, Metrology, and the Coordination of Sociotechnical Networks
    William P. Fisher, Jr. - University of California Content: How things themselves call for unified expression Five moments in complex adaptive system functionality Expression in survey data and scaling Viability of probability-based traceability for psychosocial constructs Keywords: Videos 2011, Industry, Education & Training (E&T) ...
    Erstellt: 14.09.2011 21:23
     
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    14th Joint International IMEKO TC1+TC7+TC13 Symposium Jena
    Presentations about Intelligent Quality Measurements - Theory, Education and Training, 31.08.-02.09.2011, Jena ...
    Erstellt: 03.09.2011 19:31
     
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    Video: Reliability, Precision, and Measurement in the Context of Data from Ability Tests, Surveys
    William P. Fisher, Jr. - Berkeley University California Conclusions: Reliability tends to increase with sample size and test length, as error decreases relative to variation. Reliability is affected by the internal consistency of the data, but not as much as it is by sample size and test length. Internal consistency must be evaluated by means of different approaches attuned to different types of failures of invariance. Keywords: Videos 2010, Industry, Research & Development (R&D) ...
    Erstellt: 28.09.2010 21:10
     
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    13th IMEKO TC1–TC7 Joint Symposium London
    'Without Measurement No Science, Without Science No Measurement', 1-3 September 2010, City University London, UK ...
    Erstellt: 05.09.2010 14:39
     
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    12th IMEKO TC1 & TC7 Annecy
    12th IMEKO TC1 & TC7 Joint Symposium on "Man Science & Measurement" September 03.-05.2008 Annecy, France ...
    Erstellt: 03.09.2008 14:30