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1 Statistical Quality Control 8-1 o Assay and Related Items 8-3 o Trace Elements 8-4 o Particles 8-5 8.
Experiment design receives several chapters covering single-factor design and the ANOVA, multifactorial design, and statistical quality control.
Achieving predictable quality with statistical quality control
John has worked in system identification, process control, adaptive control, statistical quality control, polymer reaction engineering, and multivariable statistics.
His work with the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (formerly NCCLS) includes chairing the Subcommittee on Guidelines for Studies to Evaluate Patient Outcomes and serving on the Statistical Quality Control Committee and the Quality and Education Committee.
As head of the education department at the Japan Management Association in the 1950s, for example, Shingo investigated some 300 companies to learn how statistical quality control could improve production in a range of industries.
Intangible assets, like employees trained in statistical quality control and root cause analysis, have potential value but not market value.
Nine chapters cover the following: quality management, quality improvement, quality costs, testing and inspection, quality problem solving tools, statistical Quality control, quality performance evaluation, and more.