Taguchi methods: a hands-on approach

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Addison-Wesley, 1993 - Business & Economics - 522 pages
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This clear, practical book explains exactly how you can design and perform experiments using Taguchi methods from square one to completion - offering detailed examples to illustrate how these methods can work for you in a variety of situations. The step-by-step approach of this ground-breaking book allows you to get started quickly, and to successfully complete the four basic phases of experimentation - planning, designing, conducting the experiment, and analyzing the results. If you are responsible for quality improvement, you'll want to turn to these pages for a working knowledge of the basic tools of Taguchi methodology, including defining quality characteristics, selecting variables, designing experimental strategy, removing experimental bias, accounting for missing and infeasible data, and uncovering multiple quality characteristics.
Whether your focus is on product design, process start-up, or production problem-solving, Taguchi Methods: A Hands-On Approach To Quality Engineering will help you accelerate the application of these techniques. Designed to help working engineers and quality practitioners measure and choose options, this book is an essential guide to the key terms and principles of Taguchi methods.

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Contents

FORMING THE EXPERIMENTATION TEAM
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DETERMINING THE OBJECTIVES
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MEASUREMENT CONSIDERATIONS
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