ISE 426-526 - Lec 1 - Intro to DoE

ISE 426-526 - Lec 1 - Intro to DoE - ISE 426/526 Design and...

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1 ISE 426/526 Design and Analysis of Experiments Summer 2007 Lecture 1 Introduction to DOE Single Factor Experiments Course Overview Instructor Information Instructor: Dr. Phillip A. Farrington Office: TH N137 Telephone: 256-824-6568 Fax: 256-824-6608 E-mail: paf@ise.uah.edu Website: http://www.engdl.uah.edu/
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2 Graduate Teaching Assistant Nitin Sharma E-mail: doehomework07@gmail.com Office: Tech Hall N131 Phone: 256-824-6161 Office Hours: MW 3:00pm - 5:00pm TTh 10:00am-12:00pm Course Objective To introduce students to the concepts and techniques of statistically designed experiments. The course will cover advanced topics in the statistical analysis of experimental data with emphasis on the experimental design aspects. Topics to be covered include: – Completely randomized designs – Randomized block designs –2 k-p Factorial designs – Fractional factorial designs – Multiple Regression – Response Surface Methodology Learning Outcomes 1. Ability to design and analyze single factor experiments 2. Ability to design and analyze randomized block experiments 3. Ability to design and analyze factorial experiments 4. Ability to design and analyze fractional factorial experiments 5. Ability to conduct a multiple regression analysis
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3 • ISE 426 - Undergraduates Homework 100 points Term Project 100 points Mid-Term Exam 100 points Final Exam 125 points Total 425 points • ISE 526 – Graduate Students Homework 100 points Term Projects (2 experiments) 100 points Mid-Term Exam 100 points Final Exam 125 points Total 425 points Homework Expectations • Integrate Analysis, Plots, and Answers – Do not just turn in Minitab output – Answers to questions must be clearly delineated – Do not include extraneous pages • Send electronic submission to – doehomework07@gmail.com • Hard copies accepted at the beginning of class
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2009 for the course ISE 526 taught by Professor Farrington during the Summer '07 term at University of Alabama - Huntsville.

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ISE 426-526 - Lec 1 - Intro to DoE - ISE 426/526 Design and...

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