Principles of quality control

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Wiley, Jan 25, 1989 - Business & Economics - 634 pages
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An introduction to the quality function in modern manufacturing and service organizations. Provides background statistical information, and each new topic is illustrated by one or more examples. Discusses the means of achieving and managing quality control--statistical tools, specifications and tolerances, sampling, and computer applications. Also includes a chapter on the history of quality control. Contains figures, tables, and end-of-chapter problems.

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Contents

HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF QUALITY CONTROL
3
MANAGEMENT OF QUALITY
29
PART II
65
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Jerry Banks, who worked for forty-one years as a trial lawyer, is now retired and living in California. Mr. Banks is a fellow in the Prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers, using his knowledge of civil law to write his legal mysteries. The Secret Agenda is the first book in The Barry O'Shea Series.

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