2009) constructed the numeric HOQ based on group decision-making, and Buyukozkan et al.
In addition to its comprehensiveness, this study differs from conventional representations of the results of HOQ based on two-dimensional analysis.
2009) determined the importance of customer needs within HOQ via the Kano model and AHP.
Next, the market attractiveness of the process-technology segments is assessed with an HOQ chart to choose the target segments (step 12).
Alternatively, another HOQ chart can be applied to evaluate the priority of each process-technology segment for a semiconductor foundry company.
The market attractiveness of each system-product segment was evaluated with an HOQ chart (Figure 2) that relates the market attractiveness to the system-product segment.
Next, the market attractiveness of each IC segment was assessed with an HOQ chart to choose target IC segments, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 5 is another HOQ chart that relates S-Company's competitive position to the process technology segments.