grey] are respectively the calibration factor used for white and gray calibration and the luminances physically measured with the luminance meter for, respectively, the central square (positioned at [theta] = O[degrees]), the gray square positioned at -2.
What does CF stand for?
CF stands for Calibration Factor
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- Chelyabinsk Electrolytic Zinc Plant (Russia)
- Color Embedded Zerotree Wavelet (color-image compression method)
- Air Post Registration (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
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- Cable, Fuzing or Firing
- Cadillac Fairview
- Cahiers Francais
- Calgary Flames (NHL hockey team of Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
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A memory device inside the sensor stores the sensor's identification number and associated calibration factor, and is designed to withstand gamma-irradiation, steam sterilization, under pressure and high concentrations of NaOH.
It includes 4-digit calibration factor resolution stored in multiple tables on a per sensor basis, 3-60 db attenuator support, LXI-C and USB 2.
The final creatinine calibration factor was rounded to 2 significant digits.
From the Quantum Electrical Metrology Division measurements a meter calibration factor may be calculated, taken as the quotient of the voltage-ratio indicated by the multimeter and the ratio of the reference voltages applied to the meter inputs.
The obstacle-controlled, solder creep models permit the bridging of tension, compression and shear test results as well as creep, strength and stress relaxation data, often without--and sometimes with--the use of a simple, multiplicative calibration factor.
RELATED ARTICLE: ABBREVIATIONS [PHI] = Calibration factor [[sigma].
12) More information concerning these issues and the calibration factor used in the TC-[CO.