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Signal to Noise Ratio-What is the Right Size?

August 28, 2007
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The concept of signal (S) to noise (N) ratios has high visibility in design of experiment circles due to the work of Taguchi and his disciples. In this paper we will look into one of the signal to noise ratios and provide an answer to the question of “How large the ratio should be to call it a significant signal?"

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Title: Signal to Noise Ratio-What is the Right Size?

Stochos Inc.
Saunders College of Business

Websites: www.stochos.com


Date: 2007
Format: PDF
Topic(s): Featured White Paper

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