What is the difference between the nouns measurement and measuring? Can I say the measurement has stopped the same way I can say the measuring has stopped?
Syntactically, you have different complements available. The verb measuring simply takes a direct object. The noun measurement and the gerundial noun measuring take PP complements headed by of. Thus you have:
For one, measurement is a noun, measuring is a gerund.
Both sentences convey the same meaning. However, one refers to an object and the other indirectly to an action.