Testing Performace of Random Access Memory Using Linear Models
Various discussions relating to computers comment on a reasonable extent of random access memory (RAM) increase as it is a known fact that the extention of this type of memory influences speed of computer machines. Disputes often arise as to whether half a gigabyte extension of RAM is large enough for the computers to be significantly sped up, given the complexity of present software applications. In this article, we test statistically whether such an increase speeds up computers significantly or not, using analysis of covariance as a suitable statistical tool.
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