|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
I was researching a paper "Test of General Relativity from 3 dimensional orbital geometry of a binary pulsar" by VanStraten , Bailes et al.They have mentioned that they expect the precision of a value to increase as a function of t^3/2(t=time).I dont understand how a given observation's accuracy can improve as a factor of time in mathematical terms. Are there systems whose accuracy can be expressed as a function of time??
Re: Do the accuracy of astronomical observations increase as a function of time
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