The case against the use of synthetic control charts 
110:Y 
185 
Evaluation of phase I analysis scenarios on phase II performance
of control charts for autocorrelated observations 
110:Y 
187 
A tutorial on an iterative approach for generating Shewhart control limits 
110:Y 
189 
Control charting methods for autocorrelated cyber vulnerability data 
110:Y 
191 
A Bayesian approach to diagnostics for multivariate control charts 
111:Y 
193 
Robust multivariate control chart based on goodnessoffit test 
111:Y 
195 
A robust multivariate EWMA control chart for detecting sparse mean shifts 
111:Y 
197 
Significance analysis of highdimensional, lowsample size partially labeled data 
210:Y 
201 
Small sample inferences on the Sharpe ratio 
210:Y 
203 
Sample size determination strategies for normal tolerance intervals using historical data 
240:Y 
205 
Optimal random sample size based on Bayesian prediction of
exponential lifetime and application to real data 
240:Y 
207 
New heights: Applying Six Sigma to achieve accurate, effective translation 
314:Y 
209 
Under Advisement: Learning quality through experience while improving the student academic experience 
314:Y 
211 
Valence and arousalfocused emotional clusters among highlysatisfied customers 
359:Y 
215 
Saddlepoint pvalues for twosample bivariate tests 
511:Y 
219 
Confidence regions for level differences in growth curve models 
511:Y 
221 
A highdimension twosample test for the mean using cluster subspaces 
511:Y 
223 
Testing hypothesis for a simple ordering in incomplete contingency tables 
511:Y 
225 
On the efficient determination of optimal Bayesian experimental designs using ABC: A case study in optimal observation of epidemics 
512:Y 
227 
A new WeibullG family of distributions 
519:Y 
229 
Survival analysis modeling with hidden censoring 
519:Y 
233 
Bayesian inference of Weibull distribution based on left truncated and right censored data 
519:Y 
235 
Quality quandaries: Impact of only below limit of detection data 
519:Y 
237 
Confirmation runs in design of experiments 
520:Y 
239 
Identifying the structure of the experimental design 
520:Y 
243 
An experimental diagnostic procedure to identify the source of defects in multistage and multicomponent production processes 
520:Y 
245 
Optimal designs for quadratic regression with random block effects: The case of block size two 
520:Y 
247 
A comparison of twolevel designs to estimate all main effects and two factor interactions 
529:Y 
249 
The difference between “equivalent” and “not different” 
529:Y 
251 
Using design of experiments methods for applied computational fluid dynamics: A case study 
529:Y 
253 
A stratified twostage unrelated randomized response model
for estimating a rare sensitive attribute based on the Poisson distribution 
529:Y 
255 
Twolevel screening designs derived from binary nonlinear codes 
529:Y 
257 
Small mixedlevel screening designs with orthogonal quadratic effects 
529:Y 
259 
Bayesian nonparametric multiple testing 
551:Y 
261 
Skills utilization at work, the quality of the study program and fields of study 
680:T 
263 
Addressing quality challenges in the private university sector in Bangladesh: From policy formulation to institutional implementation 
680:T 
265 
Defining the quality of higher education around ethics and moral values 
680:T 
269 
Government reforms in quality against higher education theory:
Is the relationship symbiotic? 
680:T 
273 
Quality as sensemaking 
680:T 
277 
The contribution of professional accreditation to quality assurance in higher education 
680:T 
281 
A theory of change for studentled academic integrity 
680:T 
285 
Higher education ‘massification’ and challenges to the professoriate: Do academics’ conceptions of quality matter? 
680:T 
289 
Reception of the quality assurance commitments of the Bologna process in Finnish higher education institutions 
680:T 
293 
Developing a decomposed alumni satisfaction model for higher education institutions 
680:T 
295 
Attitudes of academic staff towards their own work and towards external evaluation, from the perspective of selfdetermination theory: Estonian case 
680:T 
299 
ClassroomQual: A scale for measuring the useofclassrooms
forteachinglearning service quality 
680:T 
303 
Optimal stoploss reinsurance: A dependence analysis 
390:Y 
305 
Measuring maturity: Process maturity measurements can help predict results in an organizational system 
720:Y 
307 
Decide and conquer: A Pugh matrix can help teams appraise situations, evaluate choices 
740:Y 
309 
UMVU estimation of reliability function and stressstrength reliability from proportional reversed hazard family based on lower records 
820:Y 
311 
Modified Welch test statistic for ANOVA under Weibull distribution 
820:Y 
313 
Maintenance required: Deming’s management method can help you increase employee engagement 
840:Y 
315 
Software test process improvement approaches: A systematic literature review and an industrial case study 
850:Y 
317 
Quality assurance in software ecosystems: A systematic literature mapping and research agenda 
850:Y 
321 
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