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1 IND E 321: Quality Control Chapter 1: Quality Control,  Overview Instructor : Linda Boyle, Associate Professor Dept of Industrial and Systems Engineering University of Washington
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2 Agenda Introductions Course description and content Course syllabus Class rules Academic dishonesty Overview of Quality Control (Chapter 1)
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3 Course Material Book Introduction to SQC, 6 th edition by Doug Montgomery Can get at Amazon.com, halfbooks.com R: Statistical Analysis Software http://www.r-project.org/
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4 Course Description Purpose : to provide you an overview of techniques needed to help companies and organizations generate a quality product. Provide insight into what is quality engineering How processes are controlled and monitored to ensure high quality products.
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5 Course Description Prerequisite: IND E 315 Overview of descriptive statistics Statistical quality control techniques used in the real world including Basic Six Sigma concepts control charts process capability concepts
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Course Syllabus and  Schedule Available on UW Catalyst Web Tools 6
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7 Class expectations Attend all classes If you cannot make it, please let me know. Come on time Class starts at 2:30 Participate in discussions Ask questions Ask (or come by and see me or TA) if you need help
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8 Academic Misconduct Plagiarism (as defined in *) Borrowing all or part of another student's paper or using someone else's outline to write your own paper. Using a paper writing "service" or having a friend write the paper for you. In computer programming classes, borrowing computer code from another student and presenting it as your own. * These rules are from the following website: http://depts.washington.edu/grading/issue1/honesty.htm
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9 Academic Misconduct Multiple submissions Submitting the same paper/material for two classes is NOT allowed. Exams Copying from someone else's paper, altering an exam for re-grading, getting an advance copy of the examination, or hiring a surrogate test-taker are NOT ALLOWED AND ARE flagrant violations of University policy. Collaboration All work in this class is done on an individual basis * These rules are from the following website: http://depts.washington.edu/grading/issue1/honesty.htm
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10 Academic misconduct You are guilty of cheating whenever you present work you did not do as your own.
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