Applications and Experiences of Quality Control
by Ognyan Ivanov
Publisher: InTech 2011
Number of pages: 704
The rich palette of topics set out in this book provides a sufficiently broad overview of the developments in the field of quality control. By providing detailed information on various aspects of quality control, this book can serve as a basis for starting interdisciplinary cooperation, which has increasingly become an integral part of scientific and applied research.
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