## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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In empirical Bayes , any series of

distribution not for just one parameter which is the same for all

observations ( 3 ] , but the parameter of interest is different in each

which is ...

In empirical Bayes , any series of

**experiments**or observations has a priordistribution not for just one parameter which is the same for all

**experiments**orobservations ( 3 ] , but the parameter of interest is different in each

**experiment**which is ...

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developed to assist the design ... Such models supply a base to comparison

between the simulated numerical model and the

**EXPERIMENTAL**MODEL The mathematical models of mechanical systems aredeveloped to assist the design ... Such models supply a base to comparison

between the simulated numerical model and the

**experimental**model and in this ...Page 295

DESIGN OF

According to [ MONTGOMERY 1991 ) , the

in the following way : a ) determination of the variables that are more influential in

...

DESIGN OF

**EXPERIMENTS**FIGURE 2 - SHAFT - COUPLING ASSEMBLY . ...According to [ MONTGOMERY 1991 ) , the

**experimental**planning can be dividedin the following way : a ) determination of the variables that are more influential in

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