Studies in Support of the Application of Statistical Theory to Design and Evaluation of Operational Tests.
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This report is a summary report of four studies in support of the application of statistical theory to design and evaluation of operational tests. The four topics are A Methodology for Determining the Power of MANOVA when the Observations are Serially Correlated An Application of Multiple Response Surface Optimization to the Analysis of Training Effects in Operational Test and Evaluation A Cost Optimal Approach to Selection of Experimental Designs for Operational Testing under Conditions of Constrained Sample Size and An Application of Bayesian Statistical Methods in the Determination of Sample Size for Operational Testing in the US Army.
- Statistics and Probability
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods