Design of experiments for information technology systems
Silvestrini, Rachel T.
Parker, William J, III
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Recent mandates require that rigorous statistical and mathematical approached be applied to all tests that fall under developmental and operational test and evaluation (T&SE). On October 19, 2010, J. Michael Gilmore, director of Operational Test and Evaluation, released a memorandum to the T&E community within DoD that describes an initiative designed to increase the use of scientific and statistical methods to develop rigorous methods for test and data analysis. Dr. Gilmore's memo specifies the need for using rigorous statistical based testing methods in order to ensure that proper and sufficient data is collected to answer the question of interest.
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