A decision-support model for quality assessment

Zeidan, Faisal; Murtaza, Mirza
June 1999
American Business Review;Jun99, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p70
Academic Journal
Proposes a decision-support methodology for preliminary quality control decision-making. Advantages of the methodology; Expert system component; Structural analysis process; Cumulative effect of the model; Capability of the model to process inexact and fuzzy input parameters.


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