Chapter 27 29-30-handout

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Chapter 27 29-30-handout

  1. 1. Hamming  Presentation  Handout   Mustafa  İlker  Saraç,  Hakan  Sözer,  Muhammed  Yağmur  Şahin,  Çağlar  Terzi,  Arif  Usta     Chapter 27 - Unreliable Data • There is never time to do the job right, but there is always time to fix it later. • Why i should believe the data was consistent? • What about Hamming's rule?: “90% of the time the next independent measurement will fall outside the previous 90% confidence limits!” • "The human animal was not designed to be reliable; it can not count accurately.” Chapter 29 - You Get What You Measure • The way you choose to measure things controls to a large extent what happens. • Inbreeding occurs which is not good. biased? • "In the future change will be the normal state of things." • Human factor, the biggest game changer! • "There is never time to do the job right, but there is always time to fix it later." YOU GET WHAT YOU MEASURE! Chapter 30 - You and Your Research • It seems to me it is better to do significant things than to just get along through life to its end. o It is worth trying to accomplish the goals you set for yourself o It is worth setting yourself high goals. LUCK FAVORS THE PREPARED MIND! • Edison; 'genius was 99% perspiration and 1% inspiration.' • One of the characteristics you see is great people when young were generally active. • If you do not work on important problems then it is obvious you have little chance of doing important things. • Confidence in yourself, then, is an essential property. • Courage, or confidence, is a property to develop in yourself. • 'If not now then when, if not me then who?' • Great works come early because fame in science is a curse to quality productivity. • You should do your job in such a fashion others can build top of it. • If you are to get recognition then, others must use your results, adopt, adapt, extend, and elaborate them, and in the process give you credit for it. • But is it worth for all that effort? Socrates; 'The unexamined life is not worth living.'  

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