Ron-Chuan Pan

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This paper presents a feedback adjustment rule for discrete-part manufacturing processes that experience errors at the setup operation which are not directly observable due to part-topart variability and measurement error. In contrast to previous work on setup adjustment, the off-target cost function of the process is not symmetric around its target. Two(More)
This paper presents a feedback control rule for the machine start-up adjustment problem when the cost function of the machining process is not symmetric around its target. In particular, the presence of a bias term in the control rule permits the process quality characteristic to converge to a steady-state target from the lower cost side, thus reducing the(More)
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