"Engineering Statistics" is an applied statistics book suitable for a one-semester course. It is geared especially toward engineers, but may also be suitable for science students. The book takes a very practical approach-it introduces only as much math as is necessary to understand the concepts presented, and teaches more through example than through presentation of theory. The book includes comprehensive coverage of error analysis, a topic which is basic to the analysis of experimental data and of critical importance to engineers, yet is generally not found in other introductory textbooks. The book also emphasizes model-fitting skills. The student version of MINITAB, the most popular statistics software, is packaged with the text. Text examples include output in MINITAB format.
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Ph.D. 1986, University of California at Berkeley Courses Offered, Spring 2001: MACS 323:Probability and Statistics for Engineers MACS 535: Mathematical Statistics I Current Research Projects: Variability in Permeability Coefficients with Annette Bunge, Department of Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Refining Estimating Data Uncertainties in Geophysical Inverse Problems with John Scales, Department of Geophysics Development of Geocasting Protocols for a Mobile Area Network with Tracy Camp, Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences Efficient Methods for Case-Control Sampling
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