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Februrary 21st at 6 pm

The first meeting for 2006 of the Austin Chapter of the American Statistical Association was held this Tuesday, Feb. 21st, at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, Sid Richardson Hall Room 3.110 (across the hall from the large room on the ground floor that we've used in the past). Free parking for the talk is available in the LBJ School of Public Affairs parking lots on the west side of Red River Road, just south of Dean Keeton (26th St.) . Red River Road is one block west of IH-35, which it parallels. See map at http://www.utexas.edu/maps/ for further information.

At 6 PM, Ray Marr of Ray L. Marr, Mathematical & Statistical Services, presented "Is Acceptance Sampling Obsolete? Acceptance Sampling and Mood's Theorems."
5:45 - 6:00 PM Light refreshments and networking (Program Committee will meet informally in this period)
6:00 - 7:00 PM Presentation, "Is Acceptance Sampling Obsolete? Acceptance Sampling and Mood's Theorem"

Those involved in planning for COTS will meet for 45 minutes after the presentation to finalize plans for 2006 COTS.

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