Fundamentals of Quality Control and Improvement: Amitava Mitra

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Prentice Hall, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 723 pages

Appropriate for undergraduate and graduate level courses in Statistical Quality Control, Statistical Process Control, or Quality Management, Business Administration in Management as well as related courses in Engineering and Technology.

Rooted in a statistical foundation, this clear, lucid book presents the real-world applications of quality control. It incorporates modern ideas, methods, and philosophies of total quality management. And, it focuses on statistical process control and related subjects, such as achieving product and process quality through experimental design.

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Introduction to Quality Control and the Total Quality System 1
Some Philosophies and Their Impact on Quality

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