Statistics for quantifying the mechanical properties of nanomaterials
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In the paper, the up-to-date advances in the statistical analysis of nano-mechanical measurements are briefly reviewed. It is shown that, by means of statistical methods such as a minimum information criterion, a better statistical model can be selected for quantifying the intrinsic mechanical properties of nanomaterials or extracting the optimal information from those imperfect experimental data obtained with recently available nano-mechanical testing techniques.
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