STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL: A MODERN INTRODUCTION, 6TH ED
John Wiley & Sons, 2010 - 756 pages
Special Features: · Includes a new chapter on the DMAIC project implementation process that describes the major tools needed· Presents new developments in the area of measurement systems analysis· Offers expanded chapters on statistical methods that include additional examples and techniques· Links the experimental design chapters more strongly to design for six sigma· Illustrates quality improvement activities in service and transactional organizations through the use of numerous new examples and exercises
About The Book: Covering everything from basic principles to state-of-the-art concepts and applications, this book arms readers with a comprehensive understanding of modern statistical methods for quality control and improvement. The author covers basic and advanced methods of statistical process control (SPC), show how statistically designed experiments can be used for process design, development and improvement, and explore acceptance sampling. Throughout the pages, guidelines are provided for selecting the correct statistical technique to use in a variety of situations.