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MTS 723 Topic Outline 1 3c2: Numerical Analysis Assumptions Formulations Example Applications
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MTS 723 Assumptions 2 Numerical Analysis The result of an experiment is dependent on the experimental parameters in a defined way. The errors in an experiment are “well - behaved”. Repeating an experiment with the exact same conditions will lead to exactly the same result (within the confines of quantum mechanics and the errors in the system).
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MTS 723 Formulations Numerical Analysis 3 x = ( Σ x i ) / n mean result (average value) (expected value)
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Unformatted text preview: result of experiment i number of experiments x = p(x i ) x i probability of result i occuring MTS 723 Example Applications Numerical Analysis 4 In relation to the techniques of interest to this course, numerical analysis is important for determining compositions peak parameters (positions and half-widths) calculated values (layer thickness) You should always do more than one experiment under the same conditions in order to report an expected value rather than the result of one trial....
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