What Is a Structural Measurement Process

@inproceedings{Goldfarb2001WhatIA,
  title={What Is a Structural Measurement Process},
  author={Lev Goldfarb and Oleg Golubitsky},
  year={2001}
}
Numbers have emerged historically as by far the most popular form of representation. All our basic scientific paradigms are built on the foundation of these, numeric, or quantitative, concepts. Measurement, as conventionally understood, is the corresponding process for (numeric) representation of objects or events, i.e., it is a procedure or device that realizes the mapping from the set of objects to the set of numbers. Any (including a future) measurement device is constructed based on the… CONTINUE READING

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