Decision Making for Different Types of Variation in a Manufacturing System

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2018-04-19
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Lei, Xue
MacKenzie, Cameron
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IMSE Research Symposium
Iowa State University Conferences and Symposia
The Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Department supports research at all levels, and has had a formal Undergraduate Research Program since 2013. IMSE URA students have co-authored journal articles; presented their work at university, state, national, and international venues; and been acknowledged by the research community for their contributions. Each spring, the department hosts a Research Symposium, where approximately 50 undergraduate and 20 graduate students present their work.
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Research goals: Analyze performance of different decision-making strategies when there is common cause variation; Simulate how human operators may interpret common cause variation; Common cause variation is natural variation in the process.

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