# Learning Curve Model

Learned in ECE192 when learning about learning curve models.

A percentage or rate at which output is increased due to repetition $T_{N}=T_{initial}∗N_{b}$ where:

- $T_{N}$ is the time required for the 𝑁𝑁𝑡𝑡𝑡 unit of production
- $T_{initial}$ the time required for the first unit of production
- $N$ is the number of completed units
- $b$ is the learning curve exponent $b=log2log(learning curve percentage {decimal}) $

This equation uses 2 because the learning curve percentage applies for doubling cumulative production