We’ve Been Thinking About Measurement All Wrong

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  1. Define a decision problem and relevant uncertainties
  2. Determine what you know now
  3. Compute the value of additional information
  4. Apply measurement instruments to high-value measurements
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until the value of additional information drops to zero
  6. Make decision and act on it.

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