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  1. design for Six Sigma

  2. Six Sigma DMADV or DFSS • The DMADV project methodology, known as DFSS ("Design For Six Sigma"), features five phases:

  3. Design for Six Sigma • Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) is a separate and emerging business-process management methodology related to traditional Six Sigma

  4. Design for Six Sigma Distinctions from DMAIC • Consequently,there has been a growing movement to implement six sigma design usually called design for six sigma DFSS

  5. Design for Six Sigma Software engineering applications • Historically, although the first successful Design for Six Sigma projects in 1989 and 1991 predate establishment of the DMAIC process improvement process, Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) is accepted in part because Six Sigma organisations found that they could not optimise products past three or four Sigma without fundamentally redesigning the product, and because improving a process or product after launch is considered less efficient and effective than designing in quality

  6. Software quality - CISQ's Quality model • Software functional quality is defined as conformance to explicitly stated functional requirements, identified for example using Voice of the Customer analysis (part of the Design for Six Sigma toolkit and/or documented through use cases) and the level of satisfaction experienced by end-users

  7. Texas Instruments - Defense electronics • Juran|Juran training, as well as promoting Statistical process control, Taguchi methods and Design for Six Sigma

  8. Sopheon - Product • Accolade Process Manager, which automates Phase–gate model|Phase–gate process, PACE, Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act|DoD 5000 modeling, Design for Six Sigma|DFSS, Agile and other new product development methodologies with a centralized best-practice system that supports process execution from the time a product is conceived until it is retired from the marketplace.

  9. DFSS • 'Design for Six Sigma' ('DFSS') is a separate and emerging business-process management methodology related to traditional Six Sigma

  10. SDI Tools - SDI Tools • Jesse Peplinski, and Garron Morris as several Add-Ins for Microsoft Excel to support a methodology for product development that combined elements of Design for Six Sigma and Systems Engineering G

  11. SDI Tools - Application of SDI Tools • Peplinski, Applying Systems Engineering and Design for Six Sigma in a Requirements-Based Cost Modeling Process, Proceedings of the 2008 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, J

  12. Axiomatic design • *Stamatis, Six Sigma and Beyond: Design for Six Sigma, Volume VI, CRC Press, 2002, ISBN 1-57444-315-1 Specifically, functional requirements (FRs) are related to design parameters (DPs):

  13. Advanced Product Quality Planning • 'Advanced product quality planning' (or 'APQP') is a framework of procedures and techniques used to develop Product (business)|products in industry, particularly the automotive industry. It is quite similar to the concept of Design for Six Sigma|Design for Six Sigma (DFSS).

  14. Probabilistic design - The objective of probabilistic design • Typically, the goal of probabilistic design is to identify the design that will exhibit the smallest effects of random variability. This could be the one design option out of several that is found to be most robust. Alternatively, it could be the only design option available, but with the optimum combination of input variables and parameters. This second approach is sometimes referred to as robustification, parameter design or Design for Six Sigma|design for six sigma

  15. Dorian Shainin - Influences • Shainin further developed this work into an analysis of variance, or ANOVA, permitting non-parametric analysis of Fisher’s full factorial experiments.Sleeper, Andrew D., Design for Six Sigma Statistics, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 2005, p

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