2 Screening Experiments for Dispersion Effects

@inproceedings{Bursztyn20052SE,
  title={2 Screening Experiments for Dispersion Effects},
  author={Dizza Bursztyn and David M. Steinberg},
  year={2005}
}
Reduction of the variability in performance of products and manufacturing processes is crucial to the achievement of high levels of quality. Designed experiments can play an important role in this effort by identifying factors with dispersion effects, that is, factors that affect performance variability. Methods are presented for the design and analysis of experiments whose goal is the rapid screening of a list of candidate factors to find those with large dispersion effects. Several types of… CONTINUE READING

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