Asymmetric Errors


Errors quoted on results are often given in asymmetric form. An account is given of the two ways these can arise in an analysis, and the combination of asymmetric errors is discussed. It is shown that the usual method has no basis and is indeed wrong. For asymmetric systematic errors, a consistent method is given, with detailed examples. For asymmetric… (More)


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@inproceedings{Barlow2004AsymmetricE, title={Asymmetric Errors}, author={Roger John Barlow}, year={2004} }