9/28/2011
Technological Innovation
Elio Engineering, Inc.
Robert A. Burgelman, Clayton M. Chrisensen, and Steven C.
Wheelwright, Strategic Management of Technology and
Innovation, 5th eddition, McGraw Hill, ISBN 0073381543, 2009
Question 1
What is the Str
The Islamic University of Gaza
Faculty of Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering
12/12/2009
Statistics and Probability for Engineering Applications
ENGC 6310 Dr. Samir Safi
Practice Midterm Exam #2
9.2 X is a binomial random variable, show that
(a )
Examples: Continuous Probability Distributions
Examples: Normal Distribution
1/156) Given a standard normal distribution find the area under the curve
which lies
a) to the left of z = 1.43;
b) to the right of z = -0.89;
c) between z = -2.16 and z = -0.65;
Measurement and Evaluation in Industry and Technology
IT 507
Measurement and
Evaluation in Industry
and Technology
Instructor:
Dr. Maximo J. Ortega
What is Statistics?
What is a Random Variable?
A variable x is a random variable if the
value that it assu
Quality and Productivity in Industry and Technology
IT 508
Quality and Productivity
in Industry and
Technology
Instructor:
Dr. Maximo J. Ortega
Types of
Statistical Quality Control
Statistical
Quality Control
Control Charts
They are used to indicate when
Quality and Productivity in Industry and Technology
IT 508
Quality and Productivity
in Industry and
Technology
Instructor:
Dr. Maximo J. Ortega
What is Quality?
Dimensions of Quality
IT 508
Performance
Features
Conformance
Reliability
Durability
Service
R
Solutions from Montgomery, D. C. (2001) Design and Analysis of Experiments, Wiley, NY
Chapter 2
Simple Comparative Experiments
Solutions
2-1 The breaking strength of a fiber is required to be at least 150 psi. Past experience has indicated that
the standa
HW MATH425/525 Lecture Notes
1
Probability Distribution of Continuous R. V.
Question:
Consider the binomial experiment with
n = 10, 000 and the probability of success p = 0.3. Let
X be the number of successes in the 10, 000 trials. Find
the approximate pr
CPET 575 Management Of Technology
Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities,
and Threats Analysis
A Specialty Course
M.S. Technology - IT and Advanced Computer
Applications
Purdue University Fort Wayne Campus
Paul I-Hai Lin, Professor
http:/www.etcs.ipfw.edu/~l
CPET 575 Management Of Technology
Summary & Discussion
Profiting from Technological Innovation:
Implications for Integration, Collaboration, Licensing, and Public
Policy, by David J. Teece (1986)
From the text book: Reading I-1, pp.32-48
Robert A. Burgelm
CPET 575 Management of Technology
A Specialty course for M.S. Technology - IT and Advanced
Computer Applications
Purdue University Fort Wayne Campus
Lecture 2
Part One
Integrating Technology and Strategy:
A General Management Perspective
Technological Inn
CPET 575 Management Of Technology
A Specialty Course
Master of Science in Technology
Industrial Technology/Manufacturing & IT/Advanced Computer
Applications Tracks
Purdue University Fort Wayne Campus
Paul I-Hai Lin, Professor
http:/www.etcs.ipfw.edu/~lin