Some Comments on the Semantics Of Quality and Reliability

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Grant, Eugene L.; Bell, Lawrance F.   (1961, ASQC)   Stanford University

Industrial Quality Control    Vol. 17    No. 11
QICID: 4523    May 1961    pp. 14-17
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Article Abstract

In the popular sense, reliability is one of the three meanings of quality in the technical sense. But in these three technical meanings, quality has the same meaning as it has in its popular sense.

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Management of quality assurance


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