Variability and Uncertainty

There is an important distinction between variability and uncertainty and the two should not be used interchangeably. Variability is the effect of chance and a function of the system. Uncertainty is the assessor's lack of knowledge (level of ignorance) about the parameters that characterize the physical system that is being modelled.

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