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17th International Congress of Metrology
Demands for quality assured measurement are increasing, not only from sectors such as health care, services and safety, where the human factor is obvious, but also from manufacturers of traditional products of all kinds who need to assure the quality of their products as perceived by the customer. The metrology of human-based observations is however in its infancy -concepts such as traceability and uncertainty are poorly developed as yet. This paper reviews how this can be tackled with adoi:10.1051/metrology/20150017001 fatcat:mks2ajsuynhgvdjum7f5ztq7by