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Books on Statistical Engineering
In addition to our handbook. Various SE members have published book on Statistical Engineering and related topics. Do you know of a book that we should include in this list? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Statistical Thinking by Roger Hoerl and Ronald Snee
This book, by Roger Hoerl and Ron Snee, utilizes a state-of-the-art approach to teaching introductory business statistics, which has been tested for more than eight years in the classroom. It fills an important void, one that many have been concerned about for some time.
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Statistical Engineering book by Steiner and MacKay
The book Statistical Engineering by Steiner and MacKay, 2005 predates the International Statistical Engineering Association (ISEA).
The Steiner and MacKay (2005) book describes an algorithm for reducing variation in manufacturing processes. The fundamental idea is that increasing your knowledge of why and how output varies will lead to low cost process changes to permanently reduce the variation. There are numerous illustrative case studies and examples. This book will change how you think about process improvement!