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ENMA 420-520 Lecture 1 Slides_1 - Statistical Concepts for...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/17/09 Statistical Concepts for Engineering Management ENMA 420 / 520 Lecture #1 Course Overview, Introduction & Descriptive Statistics 11
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10/17/09 Statistical Concepts for Course Description Introduction to concepts and tools in probability and statistics with applications to engineering design, systems analysis, manufacturing, and quality management problems. Criteria Credit Hours: 3 Prerequisites: MATH 211 or equivalent. Prerequisite Waiver: N/A. Course Contact Hours: Lecture, 3 hours Textbook Mendenhall, W. and Sincich, T. (1995). Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences (5th Edition) . Prentice Hall. ISBN13 978-0-13-187706-1. 22
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10/17/09 Policies & Procedures Contact I nformation and Office Hours: Preferred contact method is via email at vbrewer@odu.edu or during office hours, 4111 Monarch Way, Suite 406, Thursdays 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Otherwise, I can be reached via voice or text (preferred, please indicate name and course in message) at 757-207-5214. If your schedule does not permit use of these office hours, please let me know and we will arrange an alternate time. Submission of Work Work will be evaluated on demonstrating understanding of the concepts as well as the correct solution (e.g. show your work). All work must be submitted through Blackboard in electronic format (including quizzes, exams and term projects). Format of submitted work 33
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10/17/09 Policies and Procedures (Cont’d) Due Dates & Late Work Work must be accessible by the instructor by the deadline provided. If none, the deadline is midnight on the due date. This may be revised as the class proceeds; updated deadlines will be posted to Blackboard. Late submission of work must be discussed with the instructor prior to the 44
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10/17/09 Policies and Procedures (Cont’d) Homework Recommended homework problems are provided for illustrative purposes; solutions are provided in the student manual. The data sets are of use to prevent entry errors. Completion of the homework is strongly recommended as an essential step towards internalizing the concepts. To assist you with homework issues, I will respond to 55
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10/17/09 Policies and Procedures (Cont’d) Lectures Students should read the assigned chapters prior to lectures; specific examples will be assigned as group projects. Each location will develop an appropriate roster of facilitators such that for each class period there is a single point of contact to provide that location’s response. Video Streaming students will respond individually via 66
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10/17/09 Policies and Procedures (Cont’d) Term Project (ENMA 520 only) ENMA 520 students will complete a term project demonstrating graduate-level understanding and application of concepts covered in the course. Though a research paper is the default format, the precise format and topic is negotiable and should be selected to reinforce your graduate or professional research. Topics nominations are due by 77
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Schedule # Date Topic Preparati on Recommended Homework 1 8/29 Introduction
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