Informing the Warfighter—Why Statistical Methods Matter in Defense Testing

@article{Freeman2018InformingTW,
  title={Informing the Warfighter—Why Statistical Methods Matter in Defense Testing},
  author={Laura J. Freeman and Catherine Warner},
  journal={CHANCE},
  year={2018},
  volume={31},
  pages={11 - 4}
}
4 The Department of Defense (DoD) acquires some of the world’s most-complex systems. These systems push the limits of existing technology and span a wide range of domains. They provide the technology that enables the U.S. military to conduct operations. The diversity of system types includes fighter aircraft, submarines, stealth bombers, ground vehicles, transport planes, radars, radar jammers, satellites, data management tools, and enterprise management systems, among many others. They can be… Expand
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