The Interstate Highway
Highway Mileage - 46,726 Total Miles
Interstate Route Numbering
The Interstate route marker is a red, white, and blue shield, carrying the word "Interstate", the State
name, and the route number.
Major Interstate routes are designat
STATISTICS 312 - Discussion 06
Review - Hypotheses testing
A statistical hypothesis is a claim or assertion either about the value of a single
parameter, about the values of several parameters, or about the form of an entire
probability distribution.
Nu
STATISTICS 312 - Discussion 04
Review - Condence interval
If a random sample X1 , . . . , Xn N (, 2 ), then X N (0, 1). A 100(1 )%
condence interval for mean of a normal population when is given by
( z/2 , x + z/2 ),
x
n
n
or simply x z/2 n .
If a rando
STATISTICS 312 - Discussion 05
Review - Midterm
A large sample condence interval for the population proportion p is given by
p z/2 pq /n.
A (small sample) condence interval for the mean in a normal population is given
by
s
x t/2,n1 .
n
A prediction int
STATISTICS 312 - Discussion 02
Review
The expectation of a discrete random variable is given by
E (h(X ) =
h(x) Pr(X = x).
cfw_all possible x
A point estimate of a parameter is a single number that can be regarded as a
sensible value for . A point estim
STATISTICS 312 - Discussion 03
Review - Maximum likelihood estimation
Let X1 , X2 ,., Xn have joint pmf or pdf
f (x1 , x2 , ., xn ; 1 , ., m )
where the parameters 1 ,., m have unknown values. When x1 , x2 ,., xn are the
observed sample values and the jo
CEE 370 Fall 2013
FINAL EXAM Equation Sheet
CEE 370 Introduction to Transportation Engineering
Equation Sheet for FINAL EXAM
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HUMAN FACTORS
CEE 370
Prof. D.A. Noyce
Today Bin 3
TODAY
Bin 3 Human Factors
Exam 1 Thursday
Read
Chapter 4 97-105
TFT Chapter 3 on Human Factors (web site)
Vanderbilt 51-57; 89-101
Read remainder of Chapter 4
The Transportation Delivery Pr
STATISTICS 312 - Discussion 07
Review - Tests about a single population mean
The signicant level is desired probability of a type I error.
Null hypothesis H0 : = 0
Alternative Hypothesis
Rejection region
Ha : > 0
z z (upper-tailed test)
Ha : < 0
z z (l
The Eisenhower Interstate System
June 29, 2016, will mark the 60th anniversary of the day federal legislation was signed to begin one of the biggest engineering projects ever undertaken: the U.S.
Interstate Highway System.
The wide, relatively straight 46
Racine, WI experienced a winter so harsh in 1883 that it had to
revolutionize its new public transportation system.
The city's streetcar line was brand new that fall and employed state-ofthe-art technology horses pulling open trolley cars along wooden ra
Getting the Slant on L.A.'s Steepest
Street
By Bob Pool, Times Staff Writer.
There's a steep price to pay for living on Eldred
Street.
You have cars that run away. Truck cargos that
roll away. Mail carriers who fade away. Visitors
who turn around and go a
1
Traffic Flow Characteristics
CEE 370 Lecture
Prof. D.A. Noyce
To do
Happy Monday!
Read pp. 119-131
Read ahead pp. 131-158
Skip Greenbergs model pp. 134 - 136
Assignment - Weekly flow
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Transportation Planning
CEE 370
D.A. Noyce
CEE 370
Read pp. 485-512
Project
Schedule
Schedule
The Transportation Delivery Process
Public
Policy
Planning
Design
Construction
Engineering
Decision
Making
Operations
Asset Management
ITS
Human Factors
GIS/GPS
Transportation
Transportation
Engineering
CEE
CEE 370
Professor David Noyce
Alexandria (Alex) Motl - TA
Today
Class introduction
Syllabus
CEE 370
Syllabus on the class web
site
Attendance
Exams
Labs
Phones
Names
What is transportation?
Safe and
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The Interstate Highway
Highway Mileage - 46,726 Total Miles
Interstate Route Numbering
The Interstate route marker is a red, white, and blue shield, carrying the word
"Interstate", the State name, and the route number.
Major Interstate routes are designat
STATISTICS 312 - Discussion 09
Review - Two independent sample z -test and condence interval
Assumptions
2
2
X1 , X2 , . . . , Xm N (1 , 1 ), Y1 , Y2 , . . . , Yn N (2 , 2 )
X s and Y s are independent of each other
Null hypothesis H0 : 1 2 = 0
0
T
STATISTICS 312 - Discussion 08
Review - Tests about a single population proportion
Null hypothesis H0 : p = p0
Test statistic (large sample): Z =
Alternative Hypothesis
Ha : p > p0
Ha : p < p0
Ha : p = p0
Rejection region
z z (upper-tailed test)
z z (
CEE 370 Fall 2013
Page 1 of 4
Capacity Handout
*Material for this handout came from HCM 2000*
Capacity:
The maximum flow per lane under prevailing conditions
Helps select the roadway type (i.e. functional classification)
LOS:
Qualitative measure of ope
CEE 370 Fall 2013
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Final Exam Review
In no way is this review sheet comprehensive, but hopefully the questions get you thinking
about some of the topics we have covered.
Part I
You are with your non-civil-engineering, but scientifically inclined
MATH 320, WEEK 7:
Matrices, Matrix Operations
1
Matrices
We have introduced ourselves to the notion of the grid-like coecient matrix as a short-hand coecient place-keeper for performing Gaussian elimination. It turns out that matrices turn up in a wide ra
MATH 320, Spring 2013, Assignment 9
Due date: Friday, April 19
Name (printed):
UW Student ID Number:
Discussion Section: (circle)
Robin Prakash:
301
302
303
Sowmya Acharya:
304
306
307
308
Raghvendra Chaubey:
352
353
354
355
Instructions
1. Fill out this
MATH 320, WEEK 7:
Matrix Inverses
1
Inverses
Lets reconsider the linear system
Ax = b
where A is a n n matrix and x and b are n-dimensional vectors.
We recognize that a solution to this expression amounts for solving for x.
We have been able to accomplish
MATH 320, WEEK 5:
Numerical Approximation
We may feel pretty optimistic regarding our abilities to solve rst-order
dierential equations at this point, but we have generally been operating so
far under the assumptions that (a) solutions exist; and (b) if t
MATH 320, WEEK 1:
Introduction, Denitions & Review
1
Introduction
This course is intended to be an introduction to dierential equations and
linear algebra.
While these two topics are often treated separately, there are several
advantages to learning them
MATH 320, Spring 2013, Assignment 6
Due date: Monday, March 18
Name (printed):
UW Student ID Number:
Discussion Section: (circle)
Robin Prakash:
301
302
303
Sowmya Acharya:
304
306
307
308
Raghvendra Chaubey:
352
353
354
355
Instructions
1. Fill out this