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RELIABILITY BASED METHODOLOGY FOR VENDOR SELECTION- A CASE STUDY

@inproceedings{Garg2014RELIABILITYBM,
  title={RELIABILITY BASED METHODOLOGY FOR VENDOR SELECTION- A CASE STUDY},
  author={Damodar Garg and P. S. Sarma Budhavarapu and C Sudhangshu},
  year={2014}
}
The objective of every industry is to manufacture and supply products that will perform its intended functions without fail in the actual field. A reliable design (there is a misconception that a reliable design will always give a reliable product) may not necessarily turn out to be a reliable product always. Even if a product having reliable design is manufactured and used in the field its reliability may be unsatisfactory. The reason for this low reliability may be the product was poorly… 

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