Homework 6
Due Nov 26 (this Wednesday) before 5PM
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Final Presentation
Nov 26 (this Wednesday) & Dec 1 (next Monday)
Final Report
Dec 12 (Friday) before 5PM
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Final Exam
Dec 8 (Monda
Homework 6
Due Nov 26 (next Wednesday) before 5PM
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Final Presentation
Nov 26 (next Wednesday) & Dec 1 (Monday)
Final Report
Dec 12 (Friday) before 5PM
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Final Exam
Dec 8 (Monday) 7:
Homework 5
Due Nov 14 (this Friday) before 5PM
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Makeup Exam
Nov 17 (next Monday) 7:30PM  8:50PM No lecture
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Final Presentation
Nov 26 (Wednesday) & Dec 1 (Monday)
Final Report
Dec
Homework 5
Due Nov 14 (this Friday) before 5PM
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Makeup Exam
Nov 17 (next Monday) 7:30PM  8:50PM No lecture
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Final Presentation
Nov 26 (Wednesday) & Dec 1 (Monday)
Final Report
Dec
Homework 5
Due Nov 14 (Friday) before 5PM
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Makeup Exam
Nov 17 (Monday) 7:30PM  8:50PM No lecture
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Final Presentation
Nov 26 (Wednesday) & Dec 1 (Monday)
Final Report
Dec 12 (Friday
Makeup Exam
Nov 17 (Monday) in the classtime
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Final Presentation
Nov 26 (Wednesday) & Dec 1 (Monday)
Final Report
Dec 12 (Friday) before 5PM
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Final Exam
Dec 8 (Monday) 7:00PM9:45PM
Lecture Overview
Results of midterm feedback
Physical reliability models
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Helpful Activities
Being able to work with classmates is very helpful. Also the homework assignments are always g
Lecture Overview
Results of midterm feedback
Statedependent systems
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STATE DEPENDENT SYSTEMS
Markov Analysis Loading Sharing Systems Stan
Lecture Overview
Statedependent systems
Quiz #3
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Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (next Monday)
Close book and close notes 10 pages for reference
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Homework 4 Due Oct 17 (this Fri
Preliminary presentation for project
October 13, 2008 (next Monday)
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Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (Monday)
Close book and close notes 10 pages for reference
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Homework 3 Due Oct 10
Preliminary presentation for project
October 13, 2008 (Monday)
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Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (Monday)
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Homework 3 Due Oct 10 (next Friday) before 5:00PM
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The Weibull Distr
Preliminary presentation for project
October 13, 2008 (Monday)
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Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (Monday)
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The Weibull Distribution
Increasing and Decreasing Failure Rates
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Th
Homework #2 Due September 26, 2008 (Friday) 5:00PM
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Preliminary presentation for project
October 13, 2008 (Monday)
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Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (Monday)
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The Normal Proba
Homework #2 Due September 26, 2008 (Friday) 5:00PM
Preliminary presentation for project
October 13, 2008 (Monday)
Midterm exam
October 20, 2008 (Monday)
Distribution Review
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Random Variables
Constant Failure Rate Model (Cont)
Exponential Probability Distribution
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The Bathtub Curve
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The Exponential Distribution
Let
(t) =
Then
,
dt '
t0
t
R(t) = e

t 0
=e
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Constant Failure Rate Model
Exponential Probability Distribution
Lecture 5
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The Bathtub Curve
Lecture 5
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The Exponential Distribution
Let
(t) =
Then
,
dt '
t0
t
R(t) = e
Lecture 5

Homework #1 Due September 12, 2008 (Friday) 5:00PM
To drop off at A117, or email to [email protected]
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Failure Rate or Hazard Rate Function
Prob cfw_t T t + t = R(t)  R(t + t)
R(t)  R(t + t)
Reliability
The probability that a component or system will perform a required function for a given period of time when used under stated operating conditions. 1000 electric bulbs are tested after us
Lecture 2
Introduction
Probability Review
Lecture #2 Introduction
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Ten most important product attributes
Appearance Brand name Easily repaired Easy to use Lasts a long time Latest model Pa
Study Guide for Exam 2 1. Exam 2 covers chapters 711. 2. The exam consists of 1820 multiplechoice questions in Part I and 4 problems in Part II. 3. There are concepttype and problemtype questions
Chapter5: Solutions to Questions and Problems
Basic 1. The simple interest per year is: $5,000 .08 = $400 So after 10 years you will have: $400 10 = $4,000 in interest. The total balance will be $5,00
Project Analysis: Suppose we want to prepare a set of pro forma financial statements for a project for Norma Desmond Enterprises. In order to do so, we must have some background information. In this c
GUIDELINESFORSETUPCOSTREDUCTION PROGRAMSTOACHIEVEZEROINVENTORY
Journal of Operations Management
Advanced Production and Inventory Control
Mahmmud Asha / Jessica Ochoa
Objective
This paper directly add
JOURNALOFOPERATIONSMANAGEMENT Vol 9,No.I, January 1990
Guidelines for SetupCost Reduction Programs to Achieve Zero Inventory
JAMES R.
ELLIOTT
FREELAND"
JOHN I? LESCHKE* N. WEISS*
EXECUTIVE
SUMMARY
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Chapter 6: A science of manufacturing
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I often say that when you can measure what you are speaking about, and express it in numbers, you know something about it; but
Chapter 3
The MRP Crusade
Sections: 3.13.1.7
Contents
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Newsvendor Model Lets Practice
cs F (Q) = Pr( x Q*) = co + cs
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Example 1:
A retail outlet sells a seasonal product for $10 per unit. The cost of the product is $8 per unit. All units not sold during