Among the topics are fundamentals of experimental design, using orthogonal arrays, quality loss function and the static signal-to-noise ratios, parameter design for dynamic characteristics, tolerance design, and response surface methodology.
What does QLF stand for?
QLF stands for Quality Loss Function
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We have 8 other meanings of QLF in our Acronym Attic
- Quasi-Likelihood Estimation (statistics)
- Quasi-Lumped Element
- Questionnaire of Life Events
- Queen's Leadership, Excellence and Development Conference (business leadership summit; Canada)
- Quality Life Enhancement Center
- Quality of Life Enhancement Certification Board (Health Certification Board; Paw Paw, MI)
- Quantitative Low-Energy Electron Diffraction
- Quality of Life Enjoyment and Satisfaction Questionnaire
- Quality Link Exchange Websites (webmaster organization)
- Quality Liquid Feeds (Dodgeville, WI)
- Quantitative Laser Fluorescence (diagnostic technique)
- Quantitative Light-Induced Fluorescence (medical imaging)
- Quebec-Labrador Foundation (Atlantic Center for the Environment; Ipswich, MA)
- Try Sending Code With Your Left Foot (amateur radio code)
- Quick Lube Franchise Corporation
- Quarterly Labour Force Data (European Union)
- Quarterly Labour Force Survey (UK)
- Quick Linux from Scratch (computer science project)
- Qualitative Fit Test (US OSHA; respiratory protection)
- Quantitative Liver Function Test
Samples in periodicals archive:
The concept of the Quality Loss Function was developed by Genichi Taguchi, in the early 1950's.
Taguchi (1989) proposed a quality loss function which estimates the cost of quality value versus target value and the variability of the product characteristic in terms of the monetary loss due to product failure in the eyes of consumer.
Quality Loss Function for confirmation experiment 3 shows that for a target value of 25 mm, a tolerance of [+ or -] 0.