August 2018 Issue
Tap into the revised third edition of QP's Quality Glossary, the most comprehensive list of quality terms available anywhere.
by James L. Bossert, Grace L. Duffy, R. Dan Reid and James J. Rooney
The science behind developing new terms and definitions that are adopted into standards.
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