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Dealing with Variation

Variation is a fact of life. Nevertheless, it is often possible to achieve consistently good performance in a product or process despite the effects of noise. A robust design can evaluate the contributions of individual noise variables and provide information to identify settings of controllable inputs that minimize variation in process and/or product performance produced by noise variables while maintaining average performance at a specified target value.

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