Applied Statistics for Engineers and Physical Scientists

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Macmillan, 1992 - Computers - 472 pages
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"Written by two of the leading figures in statistics, this highly regarded volume thoroughly addresses the full range of required topics." provides early discussed fundamental concepts such as variability, graphical representation of data, and randomization and blocking in design of experiments. provides a thorough introduction to descriptive statistics, including the importance of understanding variability, representation of data, exploratory data analysis, and time-sequence plots. explores principles of probability, probability distributions, and sampling distribution theory. discusses regression, design of experiments and their analysis, including factorial and fractional factorial designs.

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Johannes Ledolter is the John F. Murray Professor of Management Sciences at the University of Iowa, and a Professor at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration. His graduate degrees are in Statistics (M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin, and M.S. from the University of Vienna). He has held visiting positions at Princeton University and Yale University. He is the author of four books: STATISTICAL METHODS FOR FORECASTING (with Bovas Abraham) published by Wiley in 1983, STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS AND PHYSICAL SCIENTISTS (2nd edition, with Robert V. Hogg) published by Macmillan in 1991, STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL (with Claude W. Burrill) published by Wiley in 1999, and ACHIEVING QUALITY THROUGH CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT (with Claude W. Burrill) published by Wiley in 1999.

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