simple linear regressio

The regressions explain 81 and 75 of the variation

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The regressions explain 81% and 75% of the variation, respectively. Does ARGUS takes larger time per byte as well as a larger set up time per call than UNIX?
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14-31 ©2008 Raj Jain CSE567M Washington University in St. Louis Case Study 14.1 (Cont) Case Study 14.1 (Cont) ! Intervals for intercepts overlap while those of the slopes do not. Set up times are not significantly different in the two systems while the per byte times (slopes) are different.
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14-32 ©2008 Raj Jain CSE567M Washington University in St. Louis Confidence Intervals for Predictions Confidence Intervals for Predictions ! This is only the mean value of the predicted response. Standard deviation of the mean of a future sample of m observations is: ! m =1 Standard deviation of a single future observation:
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14-33 ©2008 Raj Jain CSE567M Washington University in St. Louis CI for Predictions (Cont) CI for Predictions (Cont) ! m = Standard deviation of the mean of a large number of future observations at x p : ! 100(1- α )% confidence interval for the mean can be constructed using a t quantile read at n-2 degrees of freedom.
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14-34 ©2008 Raj Jain CSE567M Washington University in St. Louis CI for Predictions (Cont) CI for Predictions (Cont) ! Goodness of the prediction decreases as we move away from the center.
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14-35 ©2008 Raj Jain CSE567M Washington University in St. Louis Example 14.5 Example 14.5 ! Using the disk I/O and CPU time data of Example 14.1, let us estimate the CPU time for a program with 100 disk I/O's. ! For a program with 100 disk I/O's, the mean CPU time is:
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14-36 ©2008 Raj Jain CSE567M Washington University in St. Louis Example 14.5 (Cont) Example 14.5 (Cont) ! The standard deviation of the predicted mean of a large number of observations is: ! From Table A.4, the 0.95-quantile of the t-variate with 5 degrees of freedom is 2.015. 90% CI for the predicted mean
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14-37 ©2008 Raj Jain CSE567M Washington University in St. Louis Example 14.5 (Cont) Example 14.5 (Cont) ! CPU time of a single future program with 100 disk I/O's: ! 90% CI for a single prediction:
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