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<multipar> The <em>SI</em> developed from the metric system but today both terms can be used synonymously. It is worth mentioning that all metric countries have a different set of legal units, including some non-metric ones. The SI, in most cases, represents the core of the metric system, though.* The science that deals with measuring quantities and definition of units is metrology. Many countries run metrological institutes and partly they work as standardising authorities in their respective domains.* In regular international meetings these institutes decide about (re-)definitions of SI units. Since 1983 the seven base units have been defined as follows:* ... </multipar>