Quality Engineering (journal)
|Edited by||Murat Caner Testik|
Quality Engineering is a quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal focusing on quality control and quality assurance management through use of physical technology, standards information, and statistical tools. The journal is published by Taylor & Francis on behalf of the American Society for Quality (ASQ). The editor-in-chief is Murat Caner Testik of (Hacettepe University). Previous editors-in-chief have been Frank Caplan (1989-2004), David M. Lyth (2005-2006), James R. Simpson (2007-2008), G. Geoffrey Vining (2009-2010), Connie M. Borror (2011-2012), and Peter A. Parker (2013-2015).
In 2017, the American Society for Quality published a compilation of Søren Bisgaard’s articles that appeared over the years in several of the Society's journals. Bisgaard, who died in 2009, was an extremely productive and insightful scholar of modern industrial statistics and quality engineering. He was a Professor of Technology Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Professor of Business and Industrial Statistics at the University of Amsterdam.
Many of these articles had previously appeared in the Quality Quandaries column of Quality Engineering. The book is divided into four parts, as follows:
- Design and Analysis of Experiments
- Time Series Analysis
- The Quality Profession, and
- Healthcare Engineering.
The details of the book can be found in the References section below.
- Bisgaard, Søren (2017). Does, Ronald J.M.M.; Hoerl, Roger W.; Kulahci, Murat; Vining, G. Geoffrey, eds. Søren Bisgaard's Contributions to Quality Engineering. ASQ Quality Press, Milwaukee. ISBN 9780873899567.
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