Low Resource Gage Screening *Open Access* By Victor E. Kane
This research addresses the question of how to proactively screen a large number of gages for variation concerns using limited resources. Gage triage analysis is a range-based statistical procedure that enables efficient, cost-effective screening of a large number of gages.
SNSQUAL: A Social Networking Site Quality Model By Brandon Phillips, Daniel Peak, and Victor Prybutok
This research develops and tests a new quality construct, SNS quality, and introduces SNSQUAL, a social networking site (SNS) quality model. To capture significant product features of SNSs, SNSQUAL contains five independent dimensions that positively correlate with social media quality.
One Size Does Not Fit All: Utilizing Quality Function Deployment for Course Design By Julie M. Ezzell, Elizabeth A. Cudney, Julie A. Phelps, and Glenn H. Mazur
The objective of this research was to provide students with a stronger overall learning experience that tailors the teaching methods to a student’s individual learning preferences. A comprehensive survey was provided to an undergraduate class at Missouri University of Science and Technology.