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Our goal is to understand, quantify, and model the type of variations that we often encounter. When we incorporate the variation into our thinking and analyses, we can make informed judgments from our results that are not invalidated by the variation. Models and analyses that include variation are not different from models used in other areas of engineering and science. Fig. 2-1 displays the important components. A mathematical model (or abstraction) of the physical system is developed. It need not be a perfect abstraction.

Figure 1-12 displays the data without adjustment from Fig. 1-11, except that the measurements after observation number 50 are increased by two units to simulate the effect of a shift in the mean of the process. When there is a true shift in the mean of a process, an adjustment can be useful. Figure 1-12 also displays the data obtained when one adjustment (a decrease of two units) is applied to the mean after the shift is detected (at observation number 57). Note that this adjustment decreases the deviations from target.

Let s denote the success of a read operation f denote the failure of a read operation S denote the success of an error recovery procedure F denote the failure of an error recovery procedure A denote an abort message sent to the operator Describe the sample space of this experiment with a tree diagram. 2-19. Three events are shown on the Venn diagram in the following igure: A B C Reproduce the igure and shade the region that corresponds to each of the following events. (a) A′ (b) A ∩ B (c) ( A ∩ B ) ∪ C (d) ( B ∪ C ) ′ (e) ( A ∩ B ) ′ ∪ C 27 Section 2-1/Sample Spaces and Events 2-20.