Question 10: (a) The scatter plot of brain weight versu body weight. From the scatter plot, we can hardly see any obvious relationshop between them.
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DOE HW 5
Due: Thursday, March 17
1. Chapter 4 #17:
a. Which main effects are significant for crack length? Are there significant interactions?
Above are the main effect factors as well as
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DOE HW 4
32. The ANOVA analysis ignores potential effect of initial pressure, where the ANCOVA although
it cannot control the effect, it can measure it.
ANOVA:
At a level of alpha = 0.05,
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DOE HW 3
Due: February 18, 2016
1)
Will do multiple comparison with t-statistics from first table using Tukey method, but we will use
new table mean squared error.
is the null hypothesis,
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Design of Experiments
HW 1
1. (3)Give examples of hard-to-change factors. How do you reconcile the hard-to-change nature of the
factor with the need for randomization?
Hard-to-change facto
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Design Of Experiments ISYE 6413
HW 2: due February 9
1. (Chapter 2, #10) What do you learn from the plot (given in book)? How do you modify your
model and analysis?
The plot shows residual
Unit 7: Orthogonal Array Experiments and
Response Surface Methodology
A modern system of experimental design.
Orthogonal arrays (sections 8.1-8.2; appendix 8A and 8C).
Analysis of experiments with
Spring 2016
ISYE 6413 Study guide for second midterm
Chapter 3. Section 3.9 (expected MS not required, use lecture notes as guide, materials in
the book too long), section 3.10 (only the part on regre
ISYE 6413: Design and Analysis of Experiments
Spring, 2016
Time and Place: T,Th 1:35-2:55pm, Room 205, Instr. Center
Instructor:
C. F. Jeff Wu, Professor and Coca Cola Chair in Engineering Statistics
Spring 2016
ISYE 6413 Study guide for first midterm
Chapter 1. Sections 1.1-1.3 (skip figure 1.3 and last two paragraphs of section 1.3),
sections 1.4-1.8 (skip derivations on pages 13, 15, 22, and ex
Spring 2016
ISYE 6413 Study guide for final exam
Chapter 1. Section 1.3 (skip figure 1.3 and last two paragraphs of section 1.3), sections
1.4-1.7 (only if regression is used in later chapters, not st