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Quality costing simulation

Dimitris Papacanellou

Quality costing simulation

quality costs : a strategic perspective

by Dimitris Papacanellou

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDimitris Papacanellou ; supervised by J. Freeman.
ContributionsFreeman, J., School of Management.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17319693M

Organized around a product development process that provides a framework for the material, the book presents techniques such as engineering economics and simulation-based costing (SBC), with a focus on total life cycle understanding and perspective and introduces techniques for detailed analysis of modern complex systems.   #Arena-Simulation #Simulation #Arena #PlantProduction EMAIL ADDRESS [email protected] Kits of ceiling fans arrive at an assembly system with TRIA (2, 5, 10) inter-arrival times (all times.


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