Optimization in Quality Control

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Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 31, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 387 pages
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Optimization in Quality Control presents a broad survey of the state of the art in optimization in quality, and focuses on industrial and national competitiveness. Each chapter has been carefully developed and refereed anonymously by experts in the area of optimization in quality control. Some of the topics covered in this volume include:
  • fundamentals of optimization techniques
  • contemporary approaches to optimization models in process control
  • economic design of control charts
  • determining optimal target values in multiple criteria economic selection models
  • examining quality improvement schemes by trading off between expected warranty servicing costs and increasing manufacturing costs
  • designing optimal inspection plans.
This book will serve as an important reference source for academics, professionals and researchers.
 

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I
1
II
55
III
87
IV
89
V
145
VI
175
VII
197
VIII
213
XI
243
XII
259
XIII
261
XIV
279
XV
301
XVI
317
XVII
341
XVIII
343

IX
215
X
233

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