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RootCauseAnalysis

Course: HFE 631, Fall 2008
School: Wright State
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Graphical Using Representations and Historical Data of Like Items to Assist In Root Cause Analysis Introduction Root cause analysis of data integrity issues within manufacturing systems is a vital aspect of continued system performance. Currently root cause is first hypothesized after a collection of data from manufacturing reports, and reporting tools that display information in a spreadsheet. When identifying...

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