Early cost tolerance sensitivity analysis for inspection planning

@inproceedings{Gerth2000EarlyCT,
  title={Early cost tolerance sensitivity analysis for inspection planning},
  author={Richard J. Gerth and Tilo Pfeifer and Olaf Oehme},
  year={2000}
}
This article presents cost tolerance sensitivity analysis (CTSA), a novel method of determining which features are critical and noncritical early in the design phase when cost information is uncertain. This knowledge can be used in a concurrent engineering environment as an input to inspection planning. The method utilizes minimum cost tolerancing methods combined with designed experiments to determine which features are sensitive or insensitive to uncertainties in the cost tolerance curve… CONTINUE READING

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