This best-selling engineering statistics text provides a practical approach that is more oriented to engineering and the chemical and physical sciences than many similar texts. It’s packed with unique problem sets that reflect realistic situations engineers will encounter in their working lives.
Each copy of the book includes an e-Text on CD – that is a complete electronic version of book. This e-Text features enlarged figures, worked-out solutions, links to data sets for problems solved with a computer, multiple links between glossary terms and text sections for quick and easy reference, and a wealth of additional material to create a dynamic study environment for students.
Suitable for a one- or two-term Jr/Sr course in probability and statistics for all engineering majors.
This is the text book for my undergrad stat class many years ago. Now, after completing a PhD in OR, I found myself still occasionally come back to this book for something, more than the regression book I used in grad school. It is very straightforward and clear. I’m not aware of the typos a lot of reviewers were complaining, however, I don’t scrutinize those formulas too as I’m always more interested in the explanation rather than formula. However, I must say this book is only good for implementation, to gain more insights on theory, I will go for Mathematical Statistics and Data Analysis by John A. Rice (which has a lot implementation + nice insights, but a bit disorganized), and PhD level, nothing can beat the classics by Lehman.
- Author(s): Douglas C. Montgomery, George C. Runger
- Number of pages : 720 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0471204544
- ISBN-13 : 978-0471204541
- Publisher : Wiley; 3rd Edition (September 2, 2002)
- Language: : English
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