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Burn‐in is an engineering method extensively used to screen out infant mortality failure defects. Previous studies have attempted to determine the optimum burn‐in time and cost for a device or a system. However, for the mathematical model, many assumptions are inappropriate due to practical...
The results of an investigative study aimed at assessing the performance of construction contractors, as perceived by clients and architects in the UK, are presented. The assessment uses predetermined generic performance criteria and involves two measurements, namely perceived importance (I) and...
This paper addresses the problem of using accuracy index values based on the squared difference between participant scores and true scores, the D 2 index, at the practical level. It clarifies ambiguity existing in the literature regarding the use of these index values to evaluate the scoring...
ISO 9000 certification adds to the fact of being a management tool, source of competitive advantages, its potential to stimulate the advance of industry towards TQM. Many studies have been published that seem to confirm this, but a close review of available publications has allowed us to detect...
The integration of environmental responsibility in the organisational structure of companies means granting an increasing relevance to this area. They have a manager in charge of the area or a department dedicated exclusively to it, which should redound to the achievement of increasingly higher...
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