Designing for Quality: An introduction to the best of Taguchi and Western methods of statistical experimental design

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Springer Netherlands, Sep 30, 1990 - Business & Economics - 243 pages
This book shows engineers with little or no previous exposure to experimental design how to use statistically designed experiments to improve products and processes. A prerequisite is an appreciation for the concept of random variation, gained through a typical statistics course or by using statistical process control in a manufacturing environment. Dr Taguchi has added greatly to our understanding of the importance of properly designed experiments in quality improvement and has provided a structured approach to designing quality into products and processes.

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