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10th International Symposium on Advances of Measurement Science

International Measurement Confederation
Technical Committee on Measurement Science - TC 7

10th International Symposium on Advances of Measurement Science

June 30 - July 2, 2004
Hotel "Saint-Petersburg"
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

ORGANIZED BY:
International Scientific-Technical Society of Instrument Engineers and Metrologists (the Russian IMEKO Member Organization)
Department of Computer-Aided Measurement Systems and Metrology, Tomsk Polytechnic University
Department of Measurement Information Technologies, St.-Petersburg Polytechnic University

SPONSORED BY:
Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR)
Russian Federation Ministry of Education
Russian Academy of Metrology
Mendeleev Institute of Metrology (VNIIM), St.-Petersburg
Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk
St.-Petersburg Polytechnic University, St.-Petersburg
Electro Physical Faculty of Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk
Time Electronics Ltd., UK

CO-SPONSORED BY:
Tomsk IEEE Chapter & Student Branch
GOLD Affinity Group of IEEE Siberia Section

SUPPORTED BY:
* Lord Mayor of St.-Petersburg city, Ms. Valentina I. Matvienko
* Rector of St.-Petersburg Polytechnic University, Prof. Mikhail P. Fyodorov
* Rector of Tomsk Polytechnic University, Prof. Yury P. Pokholkov

SYMPOSIUM CHAIRMAN AND COMMITTEES

SYMPOSIUM CHAIRMAN
Prof. Sergey V. MURAVYOV, Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE (TC 7 MEMBERS)
Chairman: Prof. Roman Z. MORAWSKI, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Secretary: Prof. Luca MARI, University Cattaneo, Italy
Members:

Prof. Olli AUMALA, Finland
Prof. Andrzej BARWICZ, Canada
Dr. Eric BENOIT, France
Prof. Leo van BIESEN, Belgium
Prof. Adriaan van den BOS, The Netherlands
Prof. Roland COLLAY, France
Prof. Tadeusz DOBROWIECKI, Hungary
Prof. Ludwik FINKELSTEIN, United Kingdom
Prof. Ivan FROLLO, Slovak Republic
Prof. Abd El-Moneim HAMMOUDA, Egypt
Prof. Dietrich HOFMANN, Germany
Prof. Komyo KARIYA, Japan
Prof. Katsuyuki KOJIMA, Japan
Prof. Franz MESCH, Germany
Prof. Iwao MORISHITA, Japan
Prof. Sergey V. MURAVYOV, Russia
Prof. P. Herbert OSANNA, Austria
Mr. Karl RUHM, Switzerland
Prof. Gennady N. SOLOPCHENKO, Russia
Prof. Peter K. STEIN, USA
Prof. Peter H. SYDENHAM, Australia
Prof. Eugen-Georg WOSCHNI, Germany
Prof. Giuseppe ZINGALES, Italy

NATIONAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Chairman: Prof. Gennady N. SOLOPCHENKO, St.-Petersburg Polytechnic University
Secretary: Dr. Oleg V. STUKACH, Tomsk Polytechnic University
Members:
Prof. Valery S. ALEKSANDROV, Mendeleev Institute of Metrology, St.-Petersburg
Prof. Geny I. KAVALEROV, Society of Instrument Engineers and Metrologists, Moscow
Prof. Vladimir Yu. KNELLER, Control Sciences Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
Prof. Sergey V. MURAVYOV, Tomsk Polytechnic University
Prof. Vyacheslav P. SHKODYREV, St.-Petersburg Polytechnic University
Ms. Alla L. SMIRNOVA, St.-Petersburg Polytechnic University
Prof. Yury V. TARBEEV, Russian Academy of Metrology, St.-Petersburg
Prof. Viktor A. VLASOV, Tomsk Polytechnic University

INVITATION ADDRESS

Dear Colleagues,

You are cordially invited to attend the 10th IMEKO-TC7 International Symposium on Advances of Measurement Science. The symposia are regularly organized by TC7 to promote interdisciplinary discussion and interaction among scientists and engineers with an emphasis on development of Measurement Science on international scale.

We have received 142 contributions from scientists representing 24 countries of five continents, 120 papers were accepted. The organizers expect this Symposium to provide participants with an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas and information about their research findings, and to refresh personal contacts and establish new ones.

SYMPOSIUM INFORMATION

SYMPOSIUM LANGUAGE
The official working language of the Symposium is English. No simultaneous translation will be provided. All materials concerning the Symposium should be written in English.

PROCEEDINGS
All accepted papers, whose authors have paid the registration fee, will be included in the Symposium proceedings (two printed volumes and a CD), and distributed among the participants during the event. Additional copies of the Proceedings can be purchased (see Registration Form).

TECHNICAL PROGRAMME

The technical programme will include plenary three sessions with invited keynote speakers, two topical panels, and parallel thematic sessions composed of oral presentations.

SCOPE OF THE TECHNICAL PROGRAMME
The goal of the Symposium is to promote mutual understanding between experts from various countries and different world regions on the fundamental issues of Measurement Science and Measurement Technology.

Discussions to be held during the Symposium are supposed to aim the following objectives:
* to help the development of a unified and extended Measurement Science, including a system of clearly defined and logically consistent concepts reflecting recent advances in manufacturing and information technology;
* to demonstrate the real benefits of deeper understanding of fundamental aspects of measurement for wide range of practical engineering and social applications of Measurement Science and Measurement Technology;
* to provide a more comprehensive and consistent basis for the education in the field of Measurement Science, Measurement Technology and related domains.

KEYNOTE LECTURES

1. Joel Michell (Australia): History and philosophy of measurement – a realist view
2. Roman Z. Morawski (Poland): Ethical aspects of measurement-related research and engineering practice
3. Ludwik Finkelstein (UK): Measurements in soft systems
4. Marcel J. Boumans (the Netherlands): Measuring instruments in economics
5. Peter H. Sydenham (Australia): Developing a measurement systems body of knowledge
6. Dietrich Hofmann (Germany): Influence of internet metrology on advances of Measurement Science
7. Yury V. Tarbeev (Russia): National demand for metrology and its development in the first decades of 21th century

THEMATIC SESSIONS
1. Foundations of Measurement Science and Metrology – 9 papers, sessions 1(1) and 1(2).
2. Uncertainty of Measurement – 23 papers, sessions 2(1), 2(2), and 2(3).
3. Measurement Signals and Data Processing – 13 papers, sessions 3(1) and 3(2).
4. Intelligent Measurement Systems – 12 papers, sessions 4(1) and 4(2).
5. Methods and Algorithms for Measurement, Testing, Diagnostics, and Recognition
5.1 Measurement Methods and Related Design Experience – 14 papers, sessions 5.1(1) and
5.1(2).
5.2 Testing, Calibration, and Standards ? 15 papers, sessions 5.2(1) and 5.2(2).
5.3 Diagnostics and Self-Diagnostics ? 8 papers, sessions 5.3(1) and 5.3(2).
5.4 Recognition and Identification ? 6 papers, session 5.4.
6. Weakly Defined Measurement ? 5 papers, session 6.
7. Qualimetry ? 8 papers, session 7.

Totally ? 120 papers.

SYMPOSIUM VENUE
The venue of the Symposium is Hotel "Saint-Petersburg" (Pirogovskaya nab., 5/2, nearly to the subway station Ploschad Lenina and Finlandsky Vokzal) which is conveniently located in the proximity to the centre of the city whose name it proudly bears. There are historic landmarks within easy rich of the hotel: the State Hermitage Museum, the St. Peter and Paul Fortress, Nevsky Prospect, and other popular tourist destinations. The famous Russian cruiser Aurora is moored across the river from the Hotel. The fabulous panoramic view of the city's embankments is one of the advantages of the Hotel, especially in the summer time when there is almost continuous daylight – "The White Nights".
The Hotel has enough space for conventions and exhibitions: Congress Hall (797 seats), Glass Room (100 seats), White Room (100 seats), and Blue Room (50 seats).

CALL FOR FULL PAPERS

The authors of accepted extended abstracts are invited to submit camera-ready Full Papers before April 15, 2004, by e-mail only. To this date all presenting authors must complete registration formalities including payment. Failure to register before this date will result in the removal of your paper from the Proceedings and Final Programme. Electronic papers must be BOTH in the Adobe Acrobat (*.pdf) and in the Microsoft Word (*.doc) and should be sent by E-mail as an attachment to: imekotc7@camsam.tpu.ru. When sending your paper please don't forget to refer to your paper number. Maximum length of a keynote paper should not exceed eight pages, and the regular papers are limited to six pages.

Submission of paper implies that the work has not been published before in its present form and that the author grants to the International Measurement Confederation the copyright for publication of the paper. IMEKO grants permission to the author to use parts of the paper elsewhere at a later date, provided that proper reference to the original work is made.
Selected papers presented at the Symposium will be proposed for publication in Measurement - Journal of the IMEKO, published by Elsevier Science Ltd., Oxford.

SOCIAL PROGRAMME

GET-TOGETHER PARTY
EXCURSION (HISTORICAL ST.-PETERSBURG)
BANQUET
FAREWELL PARTY
TECHNICAL VISIT

ACCOMPANYING PERSONS' PROGRAMME

St.-Petersburg (the former capital of Russia), with about 5 millions inhabitants, is recognized as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Guided tours over the city and its suburbs, including visits to Tsars' palaces and museums, will be organized during the Symposium days.
In the period of White Nights (May–July), the city shows its special charm. This is the time when guests and citizens are fascinated by magnificent architectural ensembles of palaces and temples, streets and the squares, granite embankments and raising bridges across the Neva River and its tributaries. It is the best season of the year to visit St.-Petersburg, so make your plans to attend the Symposium and have a memorable stay in this city extremely rich in culture, history, and arts. Also, bring your family for a tour of that magnificent place.
The following English-guided tours, including lunches, will be organized for Accompanying Persons. The fees are included in the Accompanying Persons' registration fee.

PETERHOF (PETRODVORETS)
PUSHKIN (TSARSKOE SELO)
HERMITAGE MUSEUM

Scientific Programme

Wednesday, June 30
10.00-10.30 Congress Hall
Opening

10.45-12.30 Glass Room
Keynote Lectures Session 1
Chair: L. Van Biesen

1 HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF MEASUREMENT - A REALIST VIEW
J. Michell, Sydney, Australia

2 ETHICAL ASPECTS OF MEASUREMENT-RELATED RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING PRACTICE
R.Z. Morawski, Warsaw, Poland

3 MEASUREMENT IN SOFT SYSTEMS
L. Finkelstein, London, United Kingdom

12.30-13.45 Glass Room
Session 1(1) - Foundations of Measurement Science and Metrology
Chair: L. Finkelstein

1/1 ON THE "PARADOX OF FOUNDATION" FOR MEASUREMENT
L. Mari, Castellanza, Italy

2/1 TOWARDS A GENERAL METROLOGY FOR DESIGNING SUB-NOISE MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES
R. Osegueda, G.R. Keller, S.A. Starks, R. Araiza, D. Bizyaev, V. Kreinovich, El Paso, Texas, USA

3/1 GROUP-THEORETIC APPROACH AS A GENERAL FRAMEWORK FOR SENSORS, NEURAL NETWORKS, FUZZY CONTROL, AND GENETIC BOOLEAN NETWORKS
H.T. Nguyen, Las Cruces, USA, V. Kreinovich, El Paso, USA, C. Baral, Tempe, USA, V.D. Mazin, St. Petersburg, Russia

4/1 MODELLING MEASUREMENTS AS TIMED INFORMATION PROCESSES IN SIMPLEX DOMAINS
G.P. Dimuro, Pelotas, Brazil, A.C.R. Costa, Porto Alegre, Brazil, V. Kreinovich, El Paso, USA

5/1 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF MEASUREMENT - A UNIFYING GRAPHIC-BASED APPROACH
K.H. Ruhm, Zurich, Switzerland

12.30-13.45 White Room
Session 5.1(1) - Measurement Methods and Related Design Experience
Chair: S. Takayama

1/5.1 ESTIMATING THE SAMPLING STRATEGY FOR THE ISO SYSTEM OF LIMITS AND FITS IN COORDINATE METROLOGY
F.M. Cebulla, S. Midha, G. Smith, Bristol, United Kingdom

2/5.1 RADIOFREQUENCY SINGLE PROBE-BASED MEASUREMENTS OF LEVEL/INTERFACE POSITIONS OF LIQUIDS IN TANKS
A.S. Sovlukov, Moscow, Russia, V.I. Tereshin, St.-Petersburg, Russia, V.A. Viktorov, Moscow, Russia

3/5.1 THE DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS OF THE SUPERWEAK INTENSITY RADIATIONS MESUREMENT FROM PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL OBJECTS
Yu. Skripnik, S. Sit'ko, K. Shevchenko, A. Yanenko, Kiev, Ukraine

4/5.1 DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNIQUE FOR DETERMINATION OF METROLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF TECHNOLOGICAL SYSTEM CLWS-300/C FOR SYNTHESIS OF HIGH PRECISION ANGULAR MEASURING STRUCTURES
V.P. Kiryanov, A.V. Kiryanov, C.A. Kokarev, V.G. Nikitin, S.A. Bartik, S.E. Frizin, D.Yu. Kruchinin, O. B. Yakovlev, Novosibirsk, Russia

5/5.1 ESTIMATION OF PERMEABILITY FOR MAGNETIC FLUX LEAKAGE MODELLING
T. Heida, P.L. Regtien, Enschede, the Netherlands

6/5.1 TACK FORCE MEASURMENT OF ADHESIVE MATERIALS
T. Kokubu, M. Oku, Tokyo, Japan

7/5.1 ZERO BIPOLAR MEASURING CIRCUIT
G.I. Peredelskiy, Orel, Russia

12.30-13.45 Blue Room
Session 3(1) - Measurement Signals and Data Processing
Chair: L. Podesta

1/3 A CONSTANT TEMPERATURE OPERATION THERMORESISTIVE SIGMA-DELTA SOLAR RADIOMETER
A. Oliveira, L.S. Palma, A.S. Costa, Salvador, Brasil, R.C.S. Freire, Campina Grande, Brazil, A.C.C. Lima, Salvador, Brazil

2/3 FUNCTIONAL DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG CONVERTERS - NEW OPPORTUNITIES OF INSTRUMENT MAKING
V.M. Sapelnikov, A.D. Maksutov, G.Ju. Kolovertnov, R.A. Khakimov, Ufa, Russia

3/3 METROLOGICAL ASPECTS OF NON-STATIONARY SIGNAL TRANSFORMATION FOR DYNAMIC SPECTRUM ANALYSIS
G.F. Malykhina, A.V. Merkusheva, St.-Petersburg, Russia

4/3 HOW TO BEST COMPRESS 3D MEASUREMENT DATA UNDER GIVEN GUARANTEED ACCURACY
O. Kosheleva, S. Cabrera, B. Usevitch, El Paso, USA, E. Vidal, While Sands Missile Range, USA

5/3 THE ZERO-FLUX CURRENT TRANSFORMER TO IMPROVING ACCURACY WITH APPLICATIONS FOR DISTORTED WAVEFORMS AND DC BIAS
F. Castelli, Milano, Italy

15.00-16.45 Glass Room
Session 1(2) - Foundations of Measurement Science and Metrology
Chair: L. Mari

6/1 COARSE-GRAINED INFORMATION AND ITS APPLICATION TO A FORMAL THEORY OF MEASUREMENT
H. Watanabe, Tokyo, Japan

7/1 MEASUREMENT AS A COGNITIVE PROCESS
V.G. Knorring, St-Petersburg, Russia

8/1 FOUR EXPRESSIONS OF FUNDAMENTAL STRUCTURE OF MEASUREMENT SCIENCE
K. Kariya, Shiga, Japan

9/1 THE CALIPER RULE AS A PARTICULAR CASE OF RESIDUE NUMBER SYSTEM ARITHMETIC
R. Lojacono, Rome, Italy

10/1 MEASUREMENT THEORY: VIEW FROM METROLOGICAL PRACTICE
V.A. Granovsky, St-Petersburg, Russia

15.00-16.45 White Room
Session 5.1(2) - Measurement Methods and Related Design Experience
Chair: P. Regtien

8/5.1 AUTONOMOUS OPERATION MODE OF SENSING NODE IN TELEMETRY SYSTEM
S. Takayama, H. Sakakibara, K. Kariya, Shiga, Japan

9/5.1 HYBRID FIBER OPTIC TEMPERATURE SENSOR USING PULSE CODING OF OPTICAL SIGNAL
S.A. Zadvornov, A.A. Sokolovsky, Fryazino, Russia

10/5.1 ADVANCES IN THE MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF SENSORS AND ACTUATORS
S.H. Khan, L. Finkelstein, K.T.V. Grattan, London, United Kingdom

11/5.1 ABOUT THE METHOD OF NON-LINEAR UNSTEADY FLUID FORCES MEASUREMENT
V. Tsymbalyuk, J. Linhart, P. Helebrant, Pilsen, Czech

12/5.1 AEROELASTIC COUPLING AND INSTABILITY IN TUBE ARRAY
P. Helebrant, Pilsen, Czech

13/5.1 DIAGNOSTICS OF UPPER LAYER ON A SURFACE OF HALF-INFINITE MEDIA BY THE ULTRA-WIDEBAND VECTOR RADAR METHODS
S.P. Lukjanov, R.A. Stepanov, O.V. Stoukatch, Tomsk, Russia

14/5.1 PHASED ANTENNA ARRAY RESOLUTION ENHANCEMENT FOR INSPECTION OF UNDERWATER CROSSINGS OF PIPELINES
I.O. Bolotina, Tomsk, Russia

15.00-16.45 Blue Room
Session 3(2) - Measurement Signals and Data Processing
Chair:

6/3 ELIMINATING IMPULSIVE DISTURBANCES USING ADAPTED WEIGHTED MEDIANS
J. Sawicki, Poznan, Poland

7/3 COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT PARAMETERS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS UNDER NONSINUSOIDAL CONDITIONS
D.A. Lampasi, L. Podesta, Rome, Italy

8/3 IMPROVING PERFORMANCE OF ENCODERS BASED SYSTEMS USING WAVELET TECHNIQUES
J.M.D. Pereira, O. Postolache, Setubal, Portugal, P. Girao, Setubal, Lisboa, Portugal

9/3 SYNTHESIS OF TEST MEASURING SIGNALS
Yu.K. Rybin, Tomsk, Russia

10/3 PROCESSING OF THE RADIATION MEASUREMENT SIGNALS IN THE SPECTROMETRIC DEVICES OF REMOTE SOUNDING
R.M. Mirsalimov, L.R. Bekirova, A.A. Abbas-zadeh, Baku, Azerbaijan

Thursday, July 1

09.00-10.15 Glass Room
Keynote Lectures Session 2
Chair: D. Hofmann

4 MEASURING INSTRUMENTS IN ECONOMICS
M.J. Boumans, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

5 DEVELOPING A MEASURING SYSTEMS BODY OF KNOWLEDGE
P. Sydenham, Mawson Lakes, Australia, R. Thorn, Derby, United Kingdom

11.30-13.30 Glass Room
Session 2(1) - Uncertainty of Measurement
Chair: R.Z. Morawski

1/2 CORRECTION OF DYNAMIC ERROR BY THE "BLIND" METHOD. A DIFFERENTIAL ALGORITHM SIMULATION STUDY
J. Nalepa, Krakow, Poland

2/2 UNCERTAINTY OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH MEASUREMENTS
E. Kulderknup, Tallinn, Estonia

3/2 UNCERTAINTY EVALUATION IN DITHERED A/D CONVERTERS
F. Attivissimo, N. Giaquinto, M. Savino, Bari, Italy

4/2 MODELLING AND UNCERTAINTY OF HIGH-ACCURACY ROUNDNESS MEASUREMENT
M.G. Cox, Teddington, United Kingdom, A. Lazzari, Milan, Italy

5/2 SOME REMARKS ON THE USE OF U-SHAPE PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS IN MONTE CARLO SIMULATION
A.S. Ribeiro, Lisbon, Portugal, J.A. Sousa, Funchal, Portugal, M.P. Castro, Lisbon, Portugal

6/2 PROBABILITIES, INTERVALS, WHAT NEXT? EXTENSION OF INTERVAL COMPUTATIONS TO SITUATIONS WITH PARTIAL INFORMATION ABOUT PROBABILITIES
V. Kreinovich, El Paso, Texas, USA, G.N. Solopchenko, St.-Petersburg, Russia, S.A. Ferson, L. Ginzburg, Setauket, USA, R. Alo, Houston, USA

11.30-13.30 White Room
Session 5.2(1) - Testing, Calibration, and Standards

1/5.2 AN EXTENSION OF THE BAYESIAN EXPRESSION FOR RECALIBRATION OF A MEASUREMENT DEVICE
V.S. Tuninsky, St.-Petersburg, Russia

2/5.2 CALIBRATION OF COATING THICKNESS GAUGES
I. Abiline, R. Laaneots, M. Nanits, Tallinn, Estonia

3/5.2 HARD- AND SOFTWARE INTERFACES ENABLING EFFICIENT INSPECTION PLANNING AT THE NANO POSITIONING AND NANO MEASURING MACHINE (NPM)
S. Topfer, G. Linss, Ilmenau, Germany, U. Nehse, Jena, Germany

4/5.2 USE OF ORTHOGONAL SEQUENCES IN "BLIND" CALIBRATION OF AN ARRAY OF ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTERS
U. Eduri, Richardson, USA, F. Maloberti, Pavia, Italy

5/5.2 THE ASPECTS OF CONSTRUCTION AND TECHNOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF PORTABLE PRESSURE CALIBRATORS
B. Krzesaj-Janyszek, Warsaw, Poland

6/5.2 A ROBUST LEAST SQUARE METHOD FOR CALIBRATION OF PRECISE OPTICAL ABSORBTION GAS ANALYZERS
L.A. Konopelko, Yu.A. Kustikov, L.A. Mokrushin, V.V. Rastoskuev, St.-Petersburg, Russia

11.30-13.30 Blue Room
Session 4(1) - Intelligent Measurement Systems
Chair: J.M.D. Pereira

1/4 PROGRAMMING OF COORDINATE MEASURING MACHINE USING GENETIC ALGORITHM
M. Kovacic, M. Brezocnik, J. Balic, F. Cus, Maribor, Slovenia

2/4 NEURAL NETWORK METHODS IN APPLICATION FOR MYOELECTRICAL SIGNALS CLASSIFICATION
V. Pavlov, V. Shkodyrev, St.-Petersburg, Russia, B. Ivanov, Munich, Germany

3/4 ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS IN CONCENTRATION METERS FOR HETEROGENEOUS LIQUID MEDIA
V.S. Fetisov, Ufa, Russia

4/4 DISTRIBUTED PROCESSING OF MEASUREMENT RESULTS IN A CONTROL SYSTEM: CAN MOBILE SOFTWARE AGENTS HELP?
D.S. Smolko, St-Petersburg, Russia

 

15.00-16.30 Glass Room
Session 2(2) - Uncertainty of Measurement
Chair: V. Kreinovich

7/2 INCREASED ACCURACY OF MEASUREMENT OF HIGH-SENSITIVITY MM-RANGE RADIOMETRIC EQUIPMENT INTENDED FOR MEDICAL-BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION
Y. Skripnik, A. Krasuk, Kiev, Ukraine, V. Manoylov, Zhitomir, Ukraine, S.N. Peregudov, A. Yanenko, Kiev, Ukraine

8/2 COMPLEX APPROACH TO THE ERROR DEFINITION OF MEASUREMENTS
A.I. Zaiko, T. Zaiko, Ufa, Russia

9/2 UNCERTAINTY OF NON-UNIFORM QUANTIZATION AND INFORMATION
D. Agrez, Ljubljana, Slovenia

10/2 PC-BASED MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS: UNCERTAINTY ASSESSMENT UNDER ELECTROMAGNETIC DISTURBANCES
S. Nuccio, C. Spataro, G. Tine, Palermo, Italy

11/2 SOME ASPECTS OF HARD MEASUREMENT ASSURANCE OF ELECTRO-MAGNETIC IRRADIATION CONVERTERS
G.O. Sukach, P.S. Smertenko, A.V. Bushma, Yu.V Zarkov, L.P. Pochekailova, Kiev, Ukraine

15.00-16.30 White Room
Session 5.3(1) - Diagnostics and Self-Diagnostics
Chair: K.V. Sapozhnikova

1/5.3 DIGITAL FAULT LOCATION ESTIMATOR FOR POWER LINES BASED ON WALSH FUNCTIONS
R. Micheletti, R. Pieri, Pisa, Italy

2/5.3 MODEL BASED AUTODIAGNOSTICS OF SEMICONDUCTOR COMPOUNDS SYNTHESIS AND POLICRYSTALLIZATION PROCESS
M. Orzylowski, Z. Rudolf, Warszawa, Poland

3/5.3 FAILURE DIAGNOSIS USING THE CHI-SQUARE SHEWHART CHART AND THE ART NEURAL NETWORK IN NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
V.A. Rumyantsev, V.P. Shkodyrev, St.-Petersburg, Russia

4/5.3 DEVELOPING THE ACCELERATED TESTS FOR ELABORATION OF THE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY OF HIGH-RELIABLE IPRTs
R.E. Taymanov, N.P. Moiseeva, St.-Petersburg, Russia

15.00-16.30 Blue Room
Session 4(2) - Intelligent Measurement Systems
Chair: A.G. Chunovkina

5/4 EXPERT SYSTEM FOR THE IDENTIFICATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE LOCAL LOOP
L. Van Biesen, P. Boets, Brussels, Belgium, F. Louage, Putte, Belgium, T. Bostoen, Antwerp, Belgium

6/4 NEURAL NETWORKS METHOD IN PRESSURE GAUGE MODELING
A. Vasilyev, D. Tarkhov, G. Guschin, St-Petersburg, Russia

7/4 THE INTRINSICALLY SAFE MONITORING SYSTEM WITH INTELLIGENT SENSORS
A. Kobosko, Z. Pietrusinski, Warszawa, Poland

8/4 INTEGRATE INFORMATION CONSUMER NEED BASED ON INFORMATION AND ACCURACY MODELLING WITH TIME CONSIDERATION
S. Perrin, E. Benoit, L. Foulloy, Annecy, France

16.45-18.00 Glass Room
Session 2(3) - Uncertainty of Measurement
Chair: E. Benoit

12/2 DIMENSIONLESS SENSITIVITY AS THE BASE FOR ESTIMATION OF ERROR OF METERS OF INTEGRAL CHARACTERISTICS
P.S. Smertenko, A.V. Maryenko, L.P. Pochekaylova, Kiev, Ukraine

13/2 STUDY OF "LAW OF PROPAGATION OF UNCERTAINTY" ON THE ISO-GUM - APPLICATION TO THE BLOOD CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
Y. Iwaki, T. Inamura, Kyoto, Japan

14/2 HANDLING AND TREATMENT OF MEASUREMENT DATA FROM DIFFERENT GROUPS OR SOURCES
A.G. Chunovkina, St.-Petersburg, Russia, P. Ciarlini, Rome, Italy, M.G. Cox, Middlesex, UK, F. Pavese, Torino, Italy

15/2 MODELLING OF THE COVERAGE FACTOR IN INDIRECT MEASUREMENTS
P. Otomanski, Poznan, Poland

16/2 ESTIMATE OF MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY USING ANALOG SWITCHES IN ELECTRONIC TEST
U. Persson, Ostersund, Sweden

17/2 MINIMIZATION OF UNCERTAINTIES IN MEASUREMENTS WITH REPEATED OBSERVATIONS
I. Zakharov, N. Shtefan, Kharkov, Ukraine

16.45-18.00 White Room
Session 5.3(2) - Diagnostics and Self-Diagnostics

5/5.3 MATEMATICAL METHODS APPLICATION IN METROLOGICAL ASSURANCE OF SPECIAL MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS AND INFORMATION MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS
A.G. Chunovkina, R. Taymanov, St.-Petersburg. Russia

6/5.3 PROBLEMS OF DEVELOPING A NEW GENERATION OF INTELLIGENT SENSORS
R. Taymanov, K.V. Sapozshnikova, St.-Petersburg, Russia

7/5.3 ASSESSMENT OF THE SENSORS LIFETIME ON THE BASIS OF TEST RESULTS
L.V. Efremov, K. Sapozhnikova, St.-Petersburg, Russia

8/5.3 ADVANCES IN SELF-VALIDATING INSTRUMENTATION
M. Henry, M. Duta, Oxford, United Kingdom

16.45-18.00 Blue Room
TC7 meeting
Chair: R. Morawski

Friday, July 2

09.00-10.15 Glass Room
Keynote Lectures Session 3
Chair: K.H. Ruhm

6 INFLUENCE OF INTERNET METROLOGY ON ADVANCES OF MEASUREMENT SCIENCE
D. Hofmann, Jena, Germany, G. Linss, Ilmenau, Germany

7 NATIONAL DEMAND FOR METROLOGY AND ITS DEVELOPMENT IN THE FIRST DECADES OF THE 21st CENTURY
Yu.V. Tarbeev, St.-Petersburg, Russia

11.30-13.15 Glass Room
Session 6 - Qualimetry
Chair: D. Hofmann

1/6 WATER QUALITY DATA PROCESSING USING FUZZY NEURAL NETWORKS AND KOHONEN SELF ORGANIZING MAPS
J.M.C.D. Pereira, O. Postolache, Lisboa, Portugal, P. Girao, H. Ramos, Setubal, Portugal

2/6 THE MEASUREMENT OF COLOR IN A QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEM: TEXTILE COLOR MATCHING
A. Zanobini, G. Iuculano, Firenze, Italy

3/6 METHODS OF RATING COMPETITORS FOR QUALITY AWARDS: TENTATIVE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
V. Artemenko, P. Martyusheva, S.V. Muravyov, N. Znamenschikova, Tomsk, Russia

4/6 ESTIMATION OF KNOWLEDGE QUALITY ON A BASIS OF PROBABILITY MONITORING AND DIAGNOSING METHODS
B.Y. Lihtsinder, L. Ivanova, Samara, Russia

5/6 FEATURES OF QUALIMETRIC ESTIMATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL AND LABORATORY COMPLEX "CHEMISTRY"
E.E. Chernova, G.A. Klimenko, Tomsk, Russia

6/6 A MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUE TO IMPROVE QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS IN INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES
C. De Capua, Reggio Calabria, Italy, S. De Falco, Napoli, Italy, R. Morello, Reggio Calabria, Italy, N. Polese, Napoli, Italy

7/6 VALIDATION OF A FUZZY DECISION MAKING TECHNIQUE ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY INDEXES MEASUREMENT
C. De Capua, Reggio Calabria, Italy, S. De Falco, Napoli, Italy, R. Morello, Reggio Calabria, Italy, N. Pasquino, Napoli, Italy

11.30-13.15 White Room
Session 5.2(2) - Testing, Calibration, and Standards
Chair: G.I. Kavalerov

7/5.2 INCREASING OF ACCURACY OF TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT BY METHOD OF COMPARISON PRIMARY CONVERTERS WITH AMBIGUOUS MEASURE OF RESISTANCE
B.D. Kolpak, V.V. Parakuda, B.. Lisij, O.S. Sulima, Lvov, Ukraine

8/5.2 CALIBRATION AND VERIFICATION PARTICULARS OF MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
A. Doynikov, E. Aslanyan, V. Pivovarov, Moscow Region, Russia

9/5.2 IMPROVED TEMPERATURE CONTROL SYSTEM OF SECONDARY VOLTAGE STANDARD BASED ON WESTON STANDARD CELLS
R. Kochan, Ternopil, Ukraine, J. Niemeyer, Braunschweig, Germany, E. Kryloshanski, Lviv, Ukraine, A. Sachenko, Ternopil, Ukraine, O. Boyko, Lviv, Ukraine, V. Kochan, Ternopil, Ukraine

10/5.2 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY ANALYSIS OF CROATIAN RESISTANCE STANDARDS
R. Malaric, I. Lenicek, K. Malaric, Zagreb, Croatia

11/5.2 TWO-MODE FREQUENCY STABILIZATION OF AN INTERNAL MIRROR 633 NM HE-NE LASER
H. El-Hennawi, Cairo, Egypt, M. Sobee, M. Amer, O. Terra, Giza, Egypt

11.30-13.15 Blue Room
Session 5.4 - Recognition and Identification
Chair:

1/5.4 SIGNAL PROCESSING ON FUZZY NOMINAL SCALES
T. Allevard, E. Benoit, L. Foulloy, Annecy, France

2/5.4 APPLYING SPECKLE-INTERFEROMETRY TO THE SHAPE MEASUREMENT OF MOVING OBJECTS
A. Meixner, A. Purde, Munchen, Germany, P. Kirilenko, St.-Petersburg, Russia

3/5.4 AN IMAGE PROCESSING MEASUREMENT ON SPATIAL FREQUENCY DOMAIN
T. Nakanishi, K. Taguchi, Kusatsu, Japan

4/5.4 OPTICAL-FLOW ESTIMATION USING SIMPLE GENETIC ALGORITHM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MAP GENERATING SYSTEM
M. Ohki, K. Miyake, M. Ohkita, Tottori, Japan

5/5.4 DISTRIBUTED IR SENSOR ARRAY FOR OBJECT CLASSIFICATION
B. Ivanov, Neubiberg, Germany, V. Pavlov, St.-Petersburg, Russia, H. Ruser, Neubiberg, Germany

13.15-13.45 Glass Room
Closing

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