JSM 2011 Online Program

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Activity Details

469 * ! Wed, 8/3/2011, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-D240
Applications in the Physical and Life Sciences — Contributed Papers
Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences , Section on Quality and Productivity , Section on Statistical Consulting , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Chair(s): Bryan Stanfill, Iowa State University
8:35 AM Estimating Power Outage Duration in the Event of Hurricane Land-Falls in the U.S. Roshanak Nateghi, The Johns Hopkins University ; Seth David Guikema, The Johns Hopkins University ; Steven Quiring, Texas A & M University
8:50 AM Uncertainty Quantification in Building Energy Study: The Case of Local Wind Speed Huizhi Xie, Georgia Institute of Technology ; Yeonsook Heo, Georgia Institute of Technology ; Godfried Augenbroe, Georgia Institute of Technology ; C. F. Jeff Wu, Georgia Institute of Technology
9:05 AM Using the Block Minima Method to Estimate Pipeline Thickness Shiyao Liu, Iowa State University ; William Q. Meeker, Iowa State University
9:20 AM Application of the Control Charts for the Evaluation of Milk Quality Suzana Leitão Russo, Federal University of Sergipe ; Evelyn Chagas, Federal University of Sergipe ; Leda Santana, Federal University of Sergipe ; Stephanie Russo Fabris, Federal University of Sergipe ; Maria Emilia Camargo, Universidade de Santa Cruz do Sul
9:35 AM Comparison of Methods for Setting Acceptance Criteria in a Multi-Staged Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Process Richard Montes, Merck Research Laboratories ; Jorge Quiroz, Merck Research Laboratories ; David Christopher, Merck Research Laboratories
9:50 AM Statistical Comparison of Forensic Toolmarks Amy B. Hoeksema, Iowa State University
10:05 AM Floor Discussion

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