THERE is no attempt made to be mathematical in tliis article, as it aims to interest the non‐statistical inquirer in the possibilities in a type of undeveloped quality control suited to much of our modern industry. Many of our most promising industries are only in the experimental phase, and thus success in international markets after the war is going to depend on the efficiency of the experiments undertaken. Such a statement applies to most modern light engineering industries, but is particularly true of the aircraft industry.
Phillips, R.H.S. (1944), "Quality Control and Industrial Development: A Non‐Mathematical Essay on Experimental Statistical Analysis", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 16 No. 9, pp. 265-267. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb031168Download as .RIS
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