Topics discussed include uncertain decision making, cost-benefit analysis, farm survey procedures and methods, improved systems from survey data, income variability reduction plans, budgeting, linear and dynamic programming and large system simulation.
What does VR stand for?
VR stands for Variability Reduction
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We have 33 other meanings of VR in our Acronym Attic
- V Rotate
- Vacation Rentals
- Vacation Resort
- Vacuum Residue
- Valid Reason
- Valtion Rautatiet (Railways of Finland)
- Valve-Regulated (battery)
- Vane Rate
- Vanilloid Receptor
- Variability Ratio
Samples in periodicals archive:
Modern engineering design, manufacturing engineering, and quality assurance embrace variability reduction as a primary means of improving product performance and reducing product defects.
Particular emphasis was placed on the cost of the Raytheon-supplied Integrated Detector Assembly (IDA) using Design of Experiments (5) (DOE) and other variability reduction techniques.
Appropriate technical subjects include: * unique/innovative transportation applications of cast metal components; * design validation techniques; * case studies showing reduced cost or added value through casting utilization; * variability reduction and performance improvements; * environmental considerations and recyclability of castings; * design/material property data; * new and/emerging technologies related to the design and prototype of metal castings.
Variability Reduction It is often assumed that, because health care is a quintessentially human business, variation in production is inevitable, perhaps even desirable.