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Stu Hunter's Contributions to Experimental Design and Quality Engineering

Summary: [This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.] Professor J. Stuart Hunter has long been one of the leaders of the quality engineering field. He has made many pioneering contributions to experimental design and the general field of quality engineering, including response surface methodology, fractional factorial designs, and the use of experimental design in product and process design including the robust design problem. This article highlights some of his key technical contributions and identifies some additional work that has been inspired by his research.

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  • Topics: Engineering
  • Keywords: Quality engineering, Composite design, Fractional factorial design, Response surface methodology (RSM), Robust design, Rotatability
  • Author: Montgomery, Douglas C.;
  • Journal: Quality Engineering