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On Tracking and Tracing Error Measurement

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Anomalies in published distortion data for tracking and tracing error are explained as caused by contamination from other distortions. The two-channel properties of these two errors are studied to reveal ways in which they may be sharply delineated from one another and from spurious effects. A standard tracking error test is devised offering a ten-fold improvement in precision over earlier tests. Tentative results from an experimental recording indicate partial fulfillment of this offering. Several interesting tests for tracing error are proposed.

JAES Volume 12 Issue 4 pp. 312-326; October 1964
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