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The use of information theory in atomic spectrochemistry. 2. Applicable information contents and information efficiencies

K. Eckschlager and M. Matherny

Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, CS-25068 Prague

 

Abstract: The applicable information contents and information efficiency are preferentially given by the relevance of analytical results. However, an unambiguous determination of the coefficients of relevance specific for each element is necessary for numerical calculations. These coefficients may be obtained either on the basis of subjective attribution of "weighing" factor or on the basis of some suitably chosen metrological characteristics such as precision or detectability. Recently some more exact procedures based on "fuzzy" sets have been applied. In this work, all possibilities of relevance applications based on experimental results are examined.

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Chemical Papers 44 (5) 627–634 (1990)

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