Considerations Associated with Restrictions on Randomization in Industrial Experimentation

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Sanders, Doug; Coleman, Jim   (1999, Marcel Dekker, Inc. and ASQ)   Knoxville, TN; Phoenix, AZ

Quality Engineering    Vol. 12    No. 1
QICID: 13880    September 1999    pp. 57-64
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Article Abstract

[This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.] A philosophical motivation and methodology for proactive use of factor relationship diagrams is examined. The method is useful for developing questions about the sources of variation contributing to a lack of precision. Responses to these questions, when answered a priori to experimentation, provide an understanding for selecting the appropriate experiment. This can mitigate the risks associated with drawing conclusions regarding whole-plot factors in industrial experiments.

Keywords

Design of experiments (DOE),Graphical methods,Factor analysis


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