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HA: 1 2 0 (this is called a two-sided alternative) or HA: 1 2 > 0 (this is a one-sided alternative) or HA: 1 2 < 0 (also a one-sided alternative). (In the case of the one-sided alternative HA: 1 2 > 0, the null hypothesis is sometimes written: H0: 1 2 0. This actually makes pretty good sense: if the researcher is wrong in a belief that the difference is greater than 0, then any finding less than or equal to 0 fails to provide evidence in favor of the alternative.) Identify which test statistic (so far, that s z or t) you intend to use and show that the conditions for its use are present. We identified the conditions for constructing a confidence interval in the first two sections of this chapter. We will identify the conditions needed to do hypothesis testing in the following chapters. For the most part, they are similar to those you have already studied. If you are going to state a significance level it can be done here. Compute the value of the test statistic and the P-value. Using the value of the test statistic and/or the P-value, give a conclusion in the context of the problem. Exam Tip: The four steps above have been incorporated into AP exam scoring for any question involving a hypothesis test. Note that the third item (compute the value of the test statistic and the P-value), the mechanics in the problem, is only one part of a complete solution. All four steps must be present in order to receive a 4 ( complete response ) on the problem. If you stated a significance level in the second step of the process, the conclusion can be based on a comparison of the P-value with . If you didn t state a significance level, you can argue your conclusion based on the value of the P-value alone: if it is small, you have evidence against the null; if it is not small, you do not have evidence against the null. Many statisticians will argue that you are better off to argue directly from the
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a. What would be the predicted time for the winner in 1999 (that would be year 25) b. The winner in 1999 actually ran the race in 143 minutes. What is the residual for this prediction c. Does a line appear to be a good model for the data Explain. d. If your goal was to predict the time for the winner in 1999, suggest an improvement to the situation described above but using the same data, or part of the same data.
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vendors, including Oracle, IBM, Microsoft, EMC, Open Text, and SAP. Instead of being a Java-specific standard, CMIS is a protocol standard. This means that you can consume standard content management services from any application that can consume Web services. This standard is only at version 0.5, but it will likely become the de-facto ECM standard in 2009. Nevertheless, most of these standards tend to be pretty limited in their abilities. In our opinion, they have a place in an ECM strategy, but in practice they have always needed supplementary ECM features that are outside the standard. Some enterprises would prefer to integrate their applications directly with ECM using SOAs. This is a nice loose-coupling of applications, but it requires every enterprise application that needs ECM to create a custom ECM connector. Another approach would be to integrate ECM with an enterprise service bus (ESB), and then integrate each system with the bus. In this case, each application only needs to create one integration to the bus, after which the bus orchestrates messages between the different enterprise applications. However, the ESB option requires a greater investment in hardware and software for your enterprise. In contrast to basic content services, specialized content services provide more advanced capabilities such as content tagging, transformation, incontext editing, digital asset management, workflows, subscriptions, annotations, or retention management. In almost any ECM system the number of specialized services greatly outnumbers the core services. For example, Oracle Universal Content Management has over 500 content services available out-of-the-box as Web services. Of these, barely a dozen qualify as core services. The reason for this distinction is essentially the familiar 80/20 rule. A majority of applications especially those that are not content-centric, but rather just utilize some small basic set of content do not need access to high-value ECM services. Bringing the core services into an enterprise service bus, as shown in Figure 4-3, greatly simplifies the complexity of integrating basic content management with multiple applications. The lack of extended features is the price you have to pay for this simplicity. In contrast, integrating high-value specialized content services requires a greater understanding of the problem and the features available in the ECM application. It doesn t usually make sense to wire specialized content services into the bus, because specialized services are used by only a few specific applications. Instead, it may make more sense for those applications to connect directly to the ECM system to access those services. For any
IETF Internet Engineering Task Force. Responsible for forming and creating standards and protocols for the Internet. IMEI International Mobile Equipment Identity. Unique numeric value assigned to each individual cellular handset. IMSI International Mobile Subscriber Identity. Unique numeric value assigned to each individual cellular subscriber. Integrity Cryptographic mechanism employed to guarantee that data has not been modified. IP Internet Protocol. The protocol used for transmitting data across the Internet. The current version of the standard is IPv4. IPSec Internet Protocol Security. A set of protocols designed to provide the secure exchange of packets at the IP layer. Encryption and digital signatures are used to provide privacy and data integrity. ISDN Integrated Services Digital Network. A global standard for transmitting data and voice over digital or analog phone lines with throughputs of up to 128 Kbps. ISO International Organization for Standardization. An international standards body made up of standards organizations from over 75 countries. ISP Internet service provider. An entity that provides access to the Internet. ISV Independent software vendor. Generic industry term applied to any vendor who produces software products. ITU International Telecommunications Union. The ITU, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, is an international organization within which governments and the private sector coordinate global telecom networks and services. Jamming Intentional or unintentional radio interference over powering a communications link. Kiosk A small device that displays information.
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FSBO is an acronym for For Sale by Owner. There are always some FSBOs available in any neighborhood. When the market is hot and houses are selling well, sellers try to avoid paying a commission by selling themselves. When the market is cold and houses aren t selling, sellers eventually give up on agents and try to sell by themselves. If you re house hunting, you owe it to yourself to check out the FSBOs in the area where you want to live. You just might nd exactly what you re looking for. When you do drop by (usually it s best to call rst, since many sellers working without agents are wary of strangers), expect to be courteously shown around the property. Take the time to check out the home. Look it over carefully, especially since you won t have an agent along to point out good parts . . . and bad. If you decide that you really like it, then the real work starts dealing with the sellers direct. Unfortunately, many FSBO sellers have only a vague idea of what the market price for their house should be. Most often they are asking too much. If you suggest this to them, they may be insulted. It is very dif cult to negotiate terms or price reductions with them because of the one-on-one relationship between you, the buyer, and the seller. Unless you re well versed in real estate, you ll probably nd it s dif cult to deal with FSBO sellers. Additionally, there s the matter of resolving how the paperwork will be handled. We cover resolving these issues in this chapter. 163
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The history of the market is clear: in the short term, stocks have extreme ups and downs , but in the long term, stocks go in only one direction. Up. James K. Glassman and Kevin A. Hassett Dow 36,000, 1999 rom the beginning, we ve noted that there is a connection between the Endgames curve and the performance of equities markets worldwide. Now it s time to take a closer look. The basis of this discussion stems from several conclusions that we ve drawn from the Endgames analysis so far. First, the competitive and economic dynamics in each of the four Endgames stages present crisper acquisition and consolidation strategies to companies than ever before. Companies that lead their industries will have unprecedented opportunities to outgrow their rivals, make superior profits, and lead the pack in stock prices. Second, the Endgames model is a predictive tool that looks as far as 20 years into the future. One major implication from the model is that the pace and size of mergers across most industries will accelerate.
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