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  • C.M. Andersen, R. Bro and P.B. Brockhoff
    Quantifying and handling errors in instrumental measurements using the measurement error theory
    Journal of Chemometrics, 17 (2003) 621-629
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  • R.J. Carroll and D. Ruppert
    The use and misuse of orthogonal regression in linear errors-in-variables models
    The American Statistician, 50 (1996) 1-6
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  • M. de Castro, M. Galea-Rojas, H. Bolfarine and M.V. de Castilho
    Detection of analytical bias when comparing two or more measuring methods
    Journal of Chemometrics, 18 (2004) 431-440
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  • M. de Castro, M. Galea-Rojas, H. Bolfarine and M.V. de Castilho
    Local influence in regression models for the detection of analytical bias
    Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, 83 (2006) 139-147
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  • F.J. del Río, J. Riu and F.X. Rius
    Prediction intervals in linear regression taking into account errors on both axes
    Journal of Chemometrics, 15 (2001) 773-788
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  • F.J. del Río Bocio, J. Riu, R. Boqué and F.X. Rius
    Limits of detection in linear regression with errors in the concentration
    Journal of Chemometrics, 17 (2003) 413-421
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  • M. Galea-Rojas, M.V. de Castilho, H. Bolfarine and M. de Castro
    Detection of analytical bias
    The Analyst, 128 (2003) 1073-1081
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  • J. Tellinghuisen
    Inverse vs. classical calibration for small data sets
    Fresenius Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 368 (2000) 585-588
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  • J. Tellinghuisen
    A simple, all-purpose nonlinear algorithm for univariate calibration
    The Analyst, 125 (2000) 1045-1048
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  • J. Tellinghuisen
    Simple algorithms for nonlinear calibration by the classical and standard additions methods
    The Analyst, 130 (2005) 370-378
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