Advanced Test & Evaluation Techniques provides an understanding of the processes and management of advanced T&E test planning and test analysis techniques with improved efficiency and/or scientific rigour over traditional experimental test data collection methods. Also known as Design of Experiments (DOE) or Statistical Tools and Analysis Techniques (STAT), the skills introduced in this course provide practical methods to construct a test plan to evaluate the key factors in a system and optimise the required response outputs, using the most efficient test points. Standardised techniques and computing packages are introduced to make multi-factor, multi-response statistical test analysis useful for contemporary T&E practitioners.
Students enrolled in the course are required to have their own laptop as well as purchase mandatory textbooks and software. Special rates for these purchases were negotiated with vendors with an estimated cost of AUD800 (subject to exchange rate with US dollars). For more details, please refer to the Course Outline.
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