Define: (i) Resolution, (ii) Calibration, with reference to electrical measuring systems.
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Resolution

The smallest increment in input (the quantity being measured) which can be detected with certainty by an instrument is called its resolution or discrimination. 

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It is smallest measurable input change of an instrument. 

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it is the least incremental value of the electrical quantity on the scale 

Calibration: 

Calibration means comparing the measuring instrument with standard instrument to find out the error in the instrument under test.

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