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Traditional attribute control charts are based on the monitoring of the number of nonconforming items in a sample of fixed size. In modern manufacturing processes, since items can be checked automatically, use of samples of a fixed subjective size with traditional charts is not suitable for...
An alternative is proposed to the Weibull cumulative exposure model in step‐stress testing, that we call the transformed exponential model. The proposed model comes from a natural transformation of the exponential cumulative exposure model. It is as flexible as the cumulative exposure model for...
Fourteen companies who were winners of the Australia Quality Award between 1989 and 1993 were surveyed regarding the dynamics of the change processes, which led to their achievement of the awards. It was hypothesized that the organizations which won the award successfully managed the process of...
The importance of the logistics function has increased dramatically at many firms as competitive priorities have shifted from cost and product quality to delivery and flexibility. At the same time, however, there have been few comprehensive studies of the implementation of TQM practices in...
The problem of optimal software reliability design is considered. Allocation models are usually used to compute the target reliability for each module of a software system to maximize the overall system reliability. This objective can also be achieved by employing redundancy, e.g. N‐version...
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