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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 11 Statistical Models Of Manufacturing Reliability Normal Distribution ( 29 2 2 2 1 P( ) 2 where is the mean value of the variable and is the standard deviation of the variable Probability density function for a normal distribution is give . y n b y y y y y y y e μ σ σ π μ σ -- = P( ) y y y σ- y σ μ Transformation From The Normal Distribution To The Standard Normal Distribution Assume we have a of the variable with: mean value of standard de Normal Distribution Standard Normal Distr viation of The is the transformation from to via: ibution Th e y y y y y y y y z y z μ σ μ σ = =- = Standard Normal Distribution has a mean of zero and a standard deviation of 1! * * What is the probability , where is some specific value of ? y y y y * * Pr( ) Pr( ) y y z z = Tail-End-Z-Table (Posted on WebCT) Standard Normal Cumulative Probability Table – Page 1 Standard Normal Cumulative Probability Table – Page 2 Sampling a Normally Distributed Process Suppose a process is normally distributed with a mean of µ and a standard deviation of σ. Further, suppose that you do not know the values for µ and σ, but want to determine these values by measuring n samples. Provided that the sampled distribution is symmetric, unimodal and without outliers, and the number of samples is > 40, then use the equations below to compute µ and σ. 1 mean N i i x x N = = = ∑ 2 1 ( ) standard deviation 1 N i i x x x N σ =- = =- ∑ Student’s t-distribution Problems arise in accurately determining the mean and standard deviation when the sample size is small. Student’s t-distribution can more accurately represent statistics of a process when the sample size is small; however, coverage of this is beyond the scope of ECE4001. William Gosset first published concepts and derivation of the t-distribution in 1908 under the name “Student.” Poisson Distribution P(x) the probability of x occurance of defects = mean number of occurances of defects...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2009 for the course ECE 4001 taught by Professor Frazier during the Spring '09 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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