QFD

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AcronymDefinition
QFDQuality Function Deployment
QFDQuestion-Focused Dataset
QFDQuadratic Fisher Discriminant
QFDQuasi Fiscal Deficit (economics)
QFDQuilt Fabric Delights (North Brighton, Australia)
QFDQuality Functional Development
QFDQuantum Fluid Dynamics
QFDQuincy Fire Department (Massachusetts)
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Sharma, "Evaluation of programming tools for the development of data mining driven forecasting software tool for quality function deployment," in Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Communication Technology, CICT2016, pp.
Quality Function Deployment (QFD) is a very well-known design method, developed in late 1960 in Japan, and used with the aim of translating Customer Needs (CNs) and wants into technical design requirements by means of the use of a series of matrices, called House of Quality (HoQ), with the objective to satisfy the customers' expectations improving the quality level of the product at the same time (Fargnoli 2006; Shahi, Alipour 2016).
Low, "A fuzzy quality function deployment system for buildable design decision-makings," Automation in Construction, vol.
As palavras-chave utilizadas para a busca foram: QFD, software development, quality function deployment, e software, com a busca em titulos, resumos e palavras-chave das publicacoes, resultando em um conjunto de artigos.
The critical requirements of the customer can be measured by Quality Function Deployment (QFD), developed by Yoji Akao (1972).
Wu, "Quality function deployment: a literature review," European Journal of Operational Research, vol.
Fuzzy multicriteria models for quality function deployment, European Journal of Operational Research 121(3): 504-518.
An industrial workstation characterization and selection using quality function deployment, Quality and Reliability Engineering International 13(5): 261-268.
One of these methods is Quality Function Deployment (QFD) which is a method used in planning quality in order to achieve some quality products whose characteristics match the needs expressed and implied customer.
By means of more effective defect prevention such as Quality Function Deployment (QFD) and Six-Sigma the defect potentials are lower.
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