Z94.1 - Analytical Techniques & Operations Research Terminology

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Bibliography

  1. American Society for Quality Control, Standard Al-1971, 20 ANSI Z1.5-1971,  Definitions, Symbols, Formulas and Tables for Control Charts.  Milwaukee, WI:  American Society for Quality Control.
  2. American Society for Quality Control, Standard A2-1978, ANSI Z1.6-1978, Terms, Symbols, and Definitions for Acceptance Sampling.  Milwaukee, WI:  American Society for Quality Control.
  3. American Society for Quality Control, Standard A3-1979, ANSI Z1.7-1979,  Quality Systems Terminology.  Milwaukee, WI:  American Society for Quality Control.
  4. Arley, N. and Buch, K.R.  Introduction to Theory of Probability and Statistics.  New York:  John Wiley & Sons, 1950.
  5. Bailey, N.T.J. The Elements of Stochsastic Processes.  New York:  John Wiley& Sons, 1964.
  6. Bizley, M.T.L. Probability.  Cambridge, 1957.
  7. Brownlee, K.A. Statistical Theory and Methodology in Science and Engineering.  (2nd ea.) New York:  John Wiley & Sons, 1965.
  8. Burlington, R.S. and May, D.C.  Handbook of Probability and Statistics.  Handbook Publishers, 1953.
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  32. Morse, P.M. Queues, Inventories and Maintenance. New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
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