Published: 01 January 1963
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For the model outlined in the previous section, the study of a testing process is equivalent to examining the geometrical configuration of a subset of measurement — property curves obtained from a few laboratories. From the results of this examination inferences about the configuration of curves from all laboratories that might operate the testing process are to be made.