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1. TIES Step 6: Identify Technology

2. What is TRL? Range? What does a high TRL mean?

3. You have a group of 5 dice. You roll the groups and sum the results of the 5 dice 4 times. What is the sample size? What are you sampling?

4. Why do we use a sample?

5. With 15 technologies - what is the number of possible combinations?

6. TIES Step 5: Feasible?

7. TIES Step 8: Selecting Technology

8. 3 Measures of Central Tendency (& Defs)

9. Why is learning curve used (or what is it?)

11. What are the four difference life cycle costs?

12. What are K- factors applied to?

13. Define fixed cost and variable cost.

14. Strengths of TOPSis...

15. What is TIM? What is the size and what value can it take?

16. What are the three snapshots of UTE?

17. What is the difference between price and cost?

18. If you have a two values on a CDF what is the probability of getting a value between them?

19. Indirect Operating Cost

20. What is the normal distribution that results from adding x+y and x[sub]y?

21. What is the equation for the learning curve?

22. Is CDF discrete or continuous - if it is discrete give the continuous equivalent - if it continuous give the discrete equivalent.

23. \$/RPM Equation

24. TIES Step 1: Problem Definition

25. 8 Steps in TIES

26. Write down a formula for a normal distribution

27. What can be done about uncertainty in requirement?

28. What two variables are necessary to define a normal distribution?

29. What can management do to mitigate the risk associated with infusing new technologies?

30. MODM

31. What is satisficing - what is optimizing?

32. Name the advantages of UTE.

33. TIES

34. Why use uniform dist for input variables (Gap Analysis)

35. What is the definition of inflation?

36. TIES Step 3: Model and Simulation

37. TIES Step 4: Investigate Design Space

38. What is the goal of probabilistic design?

39. What does the CLT state - be specific!

40. interval scale

41. Ratio scale

42. If you have two compatible mature technologies to infuse - or one not mature technology - which will have the most variance?

43. Why is the normal distribution useful or important?

44. Why are scaling parameters important?

45. What is the definition of ROI?

46. What are the parameters for a standard normal distribution?

47. What is the equation for present equivalent value? Define variables.

48. 3 Probabilistic Design Methods

49. Name two uncertainties accounted for by UTE. What metric does UTE use to quantify this risk?

50. TIES Step 7: Assess Technology