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Discriminant Upset Analysis
This report presents an application of discriminant analysis in setting rules for early warning indicators of process upsets in wastewater treatment plant operation.
An Investigation of the Method of Accumulation Analysis
A discussion of Taguchi's method for analyzing ordered categorical data.
Total Quality Leadership vs. Management by Control
To survive in increasingly tough markets, top management in American companies will have to forsake their desire to "control" their employees, and instead learn what it means to provide Total Quality Leadership.
A Process for Consulting for Improvement in Quality and Productivity
A process that consultants can use to improve their effectiveness.
Analysis of Fractional Factorials
Statistically designed experiments, particularly fractional factorial designs, are key tools to use when the object is to screen a large number of variables in order to identify those with the most influence.
Drastic Changes for Western Management
This report is a compact summary of the most important points that Dr. W. Edwards Deming has been making about changes that must be made by American businesses if they are to be competitive.
A Contour Nomogram for Designing Cusum Charts for Variance
A contour nomogram is given that helps in the design of cumulative sums charts for variance when the observations are normally distributed.
A Critical Look at Accumulation and Related Methods
Using accumulation analysis on ordered categorical data can often result in the detection of spurious effects.
Analysis of Unreplicated Factorials Allowing for Possibly Faulty Observations
Inaccurate data points are particularly troublesome in the analysis of unreplicated factorial experiments, but new techniques allow investigators to overcome this difficulty.
Managing Our Way to Economic Success: Two Untapped Resources
American organizations could compete much better at home and abroad if they would learn to tap the potential information inherent in all processes and the creativity inherent in all employees.