Inferring the Interactions in Complex Manufacturing Processes Using Graphical Models

@article{Zeng2007InferringTI,
  title={Inferring the Interactions in Complex Manufacturing Processes Using Graphical Models},
  author={Li Zeng and Shiyu Zhou},
  journal={Technometrics},
  year={2007},
  volume={49},
  pages={373-381}
}
The new trends in manufacturing toward modularity and flexibility result in a larger number of interdependent operations in a process, leading to complex multistage manufacturing processes. Identifying the variation flow and implementing quality control in such processes is very challenging because of the complex interactions among different stages. This article presents a systematic model building methodology to identify the underlying interactions among stages through the integration of… CONTINUE READING

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