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  • #162038

    Mikel
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    Mike,Thanks.Be careful of Steve, he is not who he says he is. Go do a Google search
    and see if he is really the kind of guy you want o be close to.

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    #162041

    Shocked
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    Stan, took your advise and Googled Steve.  Quite shocked.  Are you sure it is the same person?  I have three daughters and 4 grand daughters and that is the kind of person I am most fearful of.

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    #162043

    fake accrington alert
    Participant

    Agree
    Stan  is  super intelligent.Nobody  can  deny that

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    #162076

    Mikel
    Member

    Same guy, hometown is right, age is right, picture matches sites like
    mashedup, and the resume on Linkedin has a mysterious hole in the
    same time period.I am amazed GE, George Group, US Navy and others didn’t check.

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    #163544

    Dr. Scott
    Participant

    Stan,
    Sorry for the late reply, some fool earlier accused me of such. But if the reply isn’t to me, then I can’t see it.
    I can’t say that I know Bev. Maybe I do, maybe I don’t.
    I think I know you. And no, I have never seen Stan dressed as Bev.
    Hope this eases your mind,
    Dr. Scott
     

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    #163548

    fake accrington alert
    Participant

    Dr.Scott
    Please  answer  the  original  questions
    thanks and  regards

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    #163549

    fake accrington alert
    Participant

    Steven Bonacorsi
    Have  you  disappeared or  changed  your  screen  name?
    Please  clarify as  we  still  need  your  valuable  input,
    best  regards

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    #163557

    Dr. Scott
    Participant

    Ok fake here goes,
    DEO with RSM (RMS stands  for what?)
    What  is  the  Non-parametric  statistic (in brief)?
    One that cannot be estimated to be from a normal distribution (e.g., Poisson or binomial distribution).
    Explain the  smulation  with  the  Monte-Carlo Method (in  brief)?
    This cannot be explained in brief. But is generally a mathematical model which calculates the probability of an event taken into account the previous events and calculating the value of the next event being the same (probabilities calculated on the chance of the original event coupled with subsequent event changed by each subsequent. Sort of like counting cards in poker. What are the chances of drawing four aces in a row? (1/52)*(1/51)*(1/50)*(1/49) = 0.0000001539. This is the simple version, multi-variable and non-linear examples are also available.
    DVT :stands  for  what?
    I have no idea. Never heard of it.
    MVT :stands  for  what?
    Multi Variable Testing. A term attempted to be copyrighted by a firm after an article in Forbes Magazine which referred to DOE as MVT instead. MVT is the same thing as DOE using Plackett-Burman designs (originally publically presented in the mid 1940’s). It is an attempt to brand something that has been around for over half a century.
    That was quick and easy.
    Thanks,
    Dr. Scott
     
     

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    #163558

    Dr. Scott
    Participant

    Ok fake here goes,
    DEO with RSM (RMS stands  for what?)
    What  is  the  Non-parametric  statistic (in brief)?
    One that cannot be estimated to be from a normal distribution (e.g., Poisson or binomial distribution).
    Explain the  smulation  with  the  Monte-Carlo Method (in  brief)?
    This cannot be explained in brief. But is generally a mathematical model which calculates the probability of an event taken into account the previous events and calculating the value of the next event being the same (probabilities calculated on the chance of the original event coupled with subsequent event changed by each subsequent. Sort of like counting cards in poker. What are the chances of drawing four aces in a row? (1/52)*(1/51)*(1/50)*(1/49) = 0.0000001539. This is the simple version, multi-variable and non-linear examples are also available.
    DVT :stands  for  what?
    I have no idea. Never heard of it.
    MVT :stands  for  what?
    Multi Variable Testing. A term attempted to be copyrighted by a firm after an article in Forbes Magazine which referred to DOE as MVT instead. MVT is the same thing as DOE using Plackett-Burman designs (originally publically presented in the mid 1940’s). It is an attempt to brand something that has been around for over half a century.
    That was quick and easy.
    Thanks,
    Dr. Scott

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    #163569

    Mikel
    Member

    Hey Scotty, you in some kind of time warp?

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    #163571

    Mikel
    Member

    My God, that’s as bad as inviting Reigle back.

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    #163595

    Dr. Scott
    Participant

    Always, that what helps me to solve a problem easy, quick, and cheap.
    Dr. Scott

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