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An Optimal Method to Combine Results from Different Experiments
Physics arXiv
  • Theodore P. Hill, Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus
  • Jack Miller, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Publication Date
1-1-2009
Abstract

This article describes an optimal method (conflation) to consolidate data from different experiments, and illustrates the advantages of conflation by graphical examples involving gaussian input distributions, and by a concrete numerical example involving the values of lattice spacing of silicon crystals used in determination of the current values of Planck's constant and the Avogadro constant.

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Citation Information
Theodore P. Hill and Jack Miller. "An Optimal Method to Combine Results from Different Experiments" Physics arXiv (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tphill/53/