# Register now to access 7 million high quality study materials (What's Course Hero?) Course Hero is the premier provider of high quality online educational resources. With millions of study documents, online tutors, digital flashcards and free courseware, Course Hero is helping students learn more efficiently and effectively. Whether you're interested in exploring new subjects or mastering key topics for your next exam, Course Hero has the tools you need to achieve your goals.

1 Page

### Homework3

Course: IE 5511, Fall 2008
School: Minnesota
Rating:

#### Document Preview

5511 IE - Human Factors and Work Analysis Homework Problems will be taken from Methods, Standards and Work Design by Neibel and Freivalds, noted unless otherwise. 1. Homework 3. Due 10/10/2007 Chapter 4, questions: 20, 14; Problem 2. Chapter 5, questions: 3, 4, 6; Problem 1.

Register Now

#### Unformatted Document Excerpt

Coursehero >> Minnesota >> Minnesota >> IE 5511

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one
below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.
5511 IE - Human Factors and Work Analysis Homework Problems will be taken from Methods, Standards and Work Design by Neibel and Freivalds, noted unless otherwise. 1. Homework 3. Due 10/10/2007 Chapter 4, questions: 20, 14...

Find millions of documents on Course Hero - Study Guides, Lecture Notes, Reference Materials, Practice Exams and more. Course Hero has millions of course specific materials providing students with the best way to expand their education.

Below is a small sample set of documents:

Minnesota - D - 5641
Homework 3 Due Friday, October 13CS 5641, Compilers Department of Computer Science University of Minnesota, Duluth Fall, 2006 (40 points total) 1 (2 points) Is the following grammar ambiguous? If so, prove it. S aA | Ba A BA | a B aB | 2 (2 poi
University of Florida - PHY - 1033
Exam1+Exam2+Exam3 points6543Series121055 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 57 59 61 63E1+E2+E3
University of Florida - PHY - 1033
77777 PHYSICS DEPARTMENT PHY 1033 S. Obukhov Name (print): On my honor, I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid on this examination. Signature: YOUR TEST NUMBER IS THE 5-DIGIT NUMBER AT THE TOP OF EACH PAGE. Exam #177777September 21, 2
University of Florida - EIN - 6918
Industrial and Systems Engineering Graduate SeminarGeneralized Deviations are Counterparts to Risk MeasuresStan Uryasev Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering University of FloridaThursday, August 30, 2007 Period 9 (4:05 4:55) Florida G
Minnesota - EE - 4363
February 27 2008.GWB - 1/9 - Wed Feb 27 2008 12:20:05February 27 2008.GWB - 2/9 - Wed Feb 27 2008 12:27:36February 27 2008.GWB - 3/9 - Wed Feb 27 2008 12:36:12February 27 2008.GWB - 4/9 - Wed Feb 27 2008 12:40:56February 27 2008.GWB - 5/9 - W
University of Texas - CS - 386
Everything You Need to Know About Databases[database management systems, for this class]Objectives: A Critical Property of RDBMSs: Databases are content addressable The role of keysTerminology Relational database management systems are origin
University of Florida - CNT - 5106
CNT5106C Computer Networks, Fall 2008 Instructor: Prof. Ahmed Helmy Homework #3 &amp; 4 (this is worth the grade of 2 homeworks) On the Data link layer, MAC protocols and Wireless Networking [Date Assigned: Nov 20th, 2008. Due Date: Dec 2nd, 2008 beginni
Minnesota - AH - 3401
Seattle - BIOL - 235
PerspectiveEvolution of the bilaterian body plan: What have we learned from annelids?Marty Shankland* and Elaine C. SeaverSection of Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology, and Institute of Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Texas, A
Seattle - BIOL - 235
University of Florida - AEB - 6182
Overview of Stochastic Dominance Lecture XVII. Expected Utility Versus Risk Efficiency A. In this course, we started with the precept that individuals choose between actions or alternatives in a way that maximizes their expected utility. Axiomatical
University of Florida - AEB - 6182
First and Second Degree Stochastic DominanceLecture XVIIThe Concept of an Efficiency CriteriaAn efficiency criteria is a decision rule for dividing alternatives into two mutually exclusive groups: efficient and inefficient.If an alternative is
University of Florida - ICON - 2480
The Function of Subject as Signified Eric M. Lachs December 16, 2003 ENG 3010, Section 2403, Fall 2003Barthes' argument in The Death of the Author, as it is clarified by the structuralist approach of Ferdinand de Saussure and the manifestations of
University of Florida - ICON - 2480
Eric M. Lachs Final Draft December 10, 2002 ENG2300: Film Analysis Section 1807Aside from the similar visual styles of Battleship Potemkin and The Birth of a Nation, both films are examples of civil unrest during periods of political instability in
University of Florida - ICON - 2480
Eric M. Lachs February 24, 2004 FRT3520 The Visual Re-Creation of Orpheus Jean Cocteau's film Orpheus (1949) is an adaptation of the Greek mythological figure of the same name. The alteration of the story into the visual medium of cinema is an intere
University of Florida - ICON - 2480
Fade to Black: The Destruction of Identity in Vertigo, The Tenant, &amp; Mulholland Drive Eric M. Lachs ENG4133: The Accident Dr. Richard BurtThe rudimentary form of narrative storytelling lends itself towards application to an individual subject's lif
University of Florida - ICON - 2480
Eric Lachs Yojimbo: Ideology and Interpretation JPN3391, Section 7538Yojimbo was directed by Akira Kurosawa in 1961. It is the story of a nineteenth century Japanese village that is controlled by two opposing merchants and their clans. The visit of
University of Florida - ICON - 2480
In his introduction to the term Orientalism, Edward Said begins by paraphrasing the writing of a French journalists view of the present-day Orient in order to express the major common Western misconception about the East. This misconception exists in
University of Florida - ICON - 2480
Eric M. Lachs FRT3520 2/12/04 The Rules of the Game Jean Renoirs 1939 film is a powerfully directed movie and functions historically with just as much flare and enthusiasm as it functions aesthetically. Even though it begins with a disclaimer regardi
University of Florida - AEB - 6182
AEB 6182 Lecture VIII Professor Charles MossOverview of Stochastic Dominance Lecture VIIII. Expected Utility Versus Risk Efficiency A. In this course, we started with the precept that individuals choose between actions or alternatives in a way tha
University of Florida - CIS - 4930
Fast Subsequence Matching in Time-Series Databases. C. Faloustos, M. Ranganathan, Y. Manolopoulos Presented by George Liu / Luis L. PerezTime series?Definition Applications Financial markets Weather forecasting HealthcareWhat kind of pro
Seattle - FINC - 544
vti_encoding:SR|utf8-nl vti_timelastmodified:TR|24 Jan 2000 23:45:36 -0000 vti_extenderversion:SR|4.0.2.2717 vti_cacheddtm:TX|24 Jan 2000 23:45:36 -0000 vti_filesize:IR|41984 vti_cachedlinkinfo:VX|H|mailto:robertsf@seattleu.edu vti_cachedsvcrellinks:
Seattle - MATH - 110
Math 110 Review1. Solve each system of equations by graphing. State the solution set, and say whether each system is dependent, independent, or inconsistent. (a) x + 2y = 4 y = 1x + 2 2 (b) x = y + 5 2x 2y = 122. Solve each system of equations al
Seattle - MATH - 110
Math 110 ReviewInstructions: Focus on the subjects where you feel weakest. I encourage you to work with others. Linear equations and inequalities, one variable: 1. Simplify each expression; your answers should have no negative exponents. (a) -3-2 (b
Seattle - MATH - 110
FINAL EXAMMath 110 (Doherty) INSTRUCTIONS: PLEASE READ THIS FIRST:Name1. Make sure you have a complete exam. The exam has 10 pages, counting this cover page. 2. Show all your work. Use the back of an adjacent page if you need more space. 3. You
Seattle - MATH - 120
MIDTERM 1 PRACTICEMath 120 (Doherty) October 19, 2007Name1. Solve each equation and state the solution set. Also state whether the equation is inconsistent, conditional, or an identity. (a) {-3} Conditional 9 (b) -2, 2 Conditional (c) - 2 Condi
Seattle - TEED - 521
The Story of FivetonMark Roddy Seattle UniversityOnce upon a time, way over on the other side of the world, a little to the west of nowhere, there was the kingdom of Fiveton. The kingdom was ruled by a king and a queen. It had ladies and lords,
Seattle - TEED - 521
Shannon Houghton TEED 521 Literary Lesson Plan: Making Inferences 2/14/07 1. Learning target: The student will understand that making inferences involves a personal interpretation of what might have happened or how a character feels; this idea is gro
Seattle - MATH - 110
Practice Midterm 1 AnswersPart I do not use your calculator for these problems. 1. Write an equation in slope-intercept form for the line which satisfies the given conditions. (a) Line l passes through the points (2, -3) and (-1, 4). Point-slope fo
Seattle - MATH - 134
Math 134: QUIZ #2NAME: INSTRUCTIONS: This quiz is twenty (20) minutes long. No notes are allowed. Show all your work (you will not get credit for answers only).1. Describe the notion of the limit of a function.2. Calculate the following limit an
Seattle - CSSE - 470
Problem Solving Through SearchProblems and Search Problem formulation: an essential step in building an intelligent agent Search: a fundamental and very common solution technique Chapter 3: Goal-oriented problems, and basic search strategies Ch
Seattle - CSSE - 470
Quick Exercises on Chapter 18Decision Trees Why no need to test the same attribute again in the DT learning algorithm? Could the IC of a child partition be higher than the IC of the parent? How about (the weighted average of) the IC of all childr
Minnesota - KIRC - 0076
Nicholas Raymond Kirchner155 Malcolm Avenue SE #1 Minneapolis, MN 55414 612-331-9884 kirc0076@math.umn.eduObjective: An internship or career emphasing the application of advanced mathematics to finance as a beginning toward becoming an expert in f
University of Florida - PHY - 2053
AnnouncementsThe Radian1. HW6 due March 4. 2. Midterm1:if you want to look at your scantron, see Prof. Chan before end of today3. Solutions to even number questions in textbookstarting Chapter 6, numerical values will be posted in the HW solut
University of Florida - PHY - 2053
Phy 2053 Announcements1.Reitze and Chan still away scientific conferences this weekattendingFrom the last time: Torque and EquilibriumTorque, = r F^SI unit is N.mAmerican Physical Society March Meetinghttp:/www.aps.org/meetings/march/ind
University of Florida - PHY - 2053
The figure shows the position of a small ball being shot straight up by a spring. Each black dot represents the position of the ball at a specific time. The time interval between each successive black dot is constant. The spring, with the ball atop,
University of Florida - PHY - 2053
Quiz 1 Which figure shows the correct direction of the centripetal acceleration (arrow)?Quiz 2 7.54 A 0.4-kg pendulum bob passes through the lowest point of its path at a speed of 3 m/s. (a) What is the tension in the pendulum cable at this point i
University of Florida - EEL - 3304
L32. Differential Amplifier Review Single stage BJT amplifiersCourse FocusInput signals, amplifier models (Chapter 1) Nearly ideal electronic circuitOperational amplifier and its Basic Uses (Chapter 2) Electron device #1Diode and its Basic Circu
University of Florida - EEL - 3304
L25. Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT)Introduction Review MOSFET discrete single-stage amplifiers ReviewCourse FocusInput signals, amplifier models (Chapter 1) Nearly ideal electronic circuitOperational amplifier and its Basic Uses (Chapter 2)
University of Florida - EEL - 3304
L33. Differential Amplifier Review Benefits of difference amplifier BJT difference amplifier Current steering Small-signal amplification Difference input Reading Chapter 7.1 7.5 MOS/BJT Differential ampCommon-Mode Operation1Small-Sign
University of Florida - EEL - 3304
L23. CD/SF Amplifiers Review CG amplifier Small-signal equivalent circuit Current buffer(3) Common Drain (Source Follower)V R Sig C C1 C C2 V RGSig DD Equivalent amplifierRL Reading Chapter 4 (MOS Field-Effect Transistors)-V SSSma
University of Florida - EEL - 3304
L14. MOSFET I-V Review MOS FET device structure Current technology Qualitative operationCourse FocusInput signals, amplifier models (Chapter 1) Nearly ideal electronic circuitOperational amplifier and its Basic Uses (Chapter 2) Electron device
University of Florida - EEL - 3304
L31/ Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) Review Common base amplifier Small-signal equivalent circuit Small-signal analysisCC/EF Amplifier Reading Chapter 5 (Bipolar Junction Transistor)CC/EF Amplifier DC analysisIE = IDC IC = IESmall-si
University of Florida - EEL - 3304
Nov 30, 2007 EEL 3304 Fall 2007 Quiz 9 Name:_ UFID:_ Assume the following transistor parameters for the differential amplifier shown below: VA=100V, =100. 1. Find R such that the tail current is I=1mA as shown. 2. Determine the overall differential
University of Florida - D - 0082
Utilities: XFER3 for Funds TransferCNS Document ID: D0082Last Updated: 07/03/2007XFER3 is a general purpose funds transfer program that allows you to transfer funds between userids under your control. This document explains how to transfer funds,
University of Florida - D - 0007
General Information: CNS Computing and Facilities Part 3 of 7: Userids and PasswordsCNS Document ID: D0007cLast Updated: 06/28/01This document is one of a set that provides general information about CNS services and facilities. This document incl
Minnesota - MATH - 5345
Implicit in any homework problem is that you must explain why your answer is correct, even if the problem does not ask for a formal proof. You should write in complete sentences with reasonably correct grammar. Math 5345 is not a writing intensive co
University of Florida - CWR - 4306
Minnesota - STAT - 5421
Stat 5421, Fall 2006: Mosquito dataRecommended dosages for the mosquito repellent DEET were originally determined on a sample of male subjects. The purpose of this experiment was to decide (1) if the recommended dosages are appropriate for females a
Minnesota - IS - 1001
Rich Heyman 120 Humanities, Phone 589-6256 Email: heymanr@mrs.umn.edu Office Hours: M &amp;W 1:00 - 2:00First-Year Seminar Urban America: Diversity in a Geographical Perspective Fall 2003&quot;Knowledge emerges only through invention and re-invention, thro
Minnesota - KOCH - 0137
Benjamin M Koch2720 Noel DriveLittle Canada, MN 55117koch0137@umn.eduben.m.koch@gmail.comMobile: 502-727-7557Office: 612-625-0246ObjectiveA position in engineering, focusing on research, development, design and innovation.EducationUnive
Minnesota - GUDJO - 002
Tupac ShakurLife and Death of a Thug by TK GudjonssonTupac the beginning He was born in East Harlem in in June 16, 1971 He was named after an Incan revoltionary that revolted against Spainish control His mother was a Black Panther Tupac was
University of Florida - AEB - 6553
for interactive mode onlyUPDATE_UPDATE list of series ; _Function: Update allows you to specify portions of a series, or list of series whose observations you wish to modify. It is for interactive use only.Usage: UPDATE is a special form of
Minnesota - MA - 3401
~ } zx f s5Ua5U#jHA|{ Uw &amp; f ~ } j5s50#sHA|H{b w f x f r u u u t u v h sbbAEbuE x x gtbAbbQY2vxb t t t u { tr t u t t t gsb{guxbb4baAgbbsAfggbsw x ig f u { { r { r t t u t t #wt x gbgbbH{ x
University of Florida - COP - 3530
Balanced Binary Search Trees Balanced Binary Search Trees height is O(log n), where n is the number of elements in the tree AVL (Adelson-Velsky and Landis) trees red-black trees get, put, and remove take O(log n) time Indexed AVL trees Indexed
University of Florida - COP - 3530
Balanced Binary Search Trees height is O(log n), where n is the number of elements in the tree AVL (Adelson-Velsky and Landis) trees red-black trees get, put, and remove take O(log n) timeBalanced Binary Search Trees Indexed AVL trees Indexed
New Hampshire - ECE - 715
BOLBO = IEEE CMP/IP Support Repository ComponentECE715/992 Project Fall 2008 Dr. Henk Spaanenburg BOLBOBackground The project has several purposes: 1. A course project for ECE715. Introduction to VLSI 2. A library component for the IEEE CMP/IP Su
New Hampshire - ECE - 715
EE-715Second Project ReportProject:Matched filter coefficients memoryProject Team: Arthur PashosMike BressackTopicsProgress since last report Designed and simulated: SRAM cell Decoder logic Peripheral circuits (precharge, sense amp, e
New Hampshire - ECE - 711
SOLID TANTALUM ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORSF91LOW ESR Resin-molded Chip,Adapted to the RoHS directive (2002/95/EC).SpecificationsItem Category Temperature Range Capacitance Tolerance Dissipation Factor (120Hz) E.S.R. (100kHz) Performance Characte
New Hampshire - PHYS - 408
Boltzmanns Entropy EquationThe entropy and the number of microstates of a specific system are connected through the Boltzmanns entropy equation (1896):S = k ln W2nd Law of Termodynamics:S 0For a closed system, entropy can only increase, it c
New Hampshire - PHYS - 408
Calculating the Capacitance.Recipe II (The alternate method, which is not in your book): Use Gauss Law to calculate the relation between E and q. UseE=dV to relate E to V, dsC=q VParallel Plate Capacitor:q = 0 A 0 0 V V q = = A 0 d