Quality Loss Function (QLF)


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Quality Loss Function (QLF) - short version

(1) A function that determines economic penalties that the customer incurs as a result of purchasing a nonconforming product.

(2) A parabolic approximation of the quality loss that occurs when a quality characteristic deviates from its target value. The quality loss function is expressed in monetary units: the cost of deviating from the target increases quadratically the farther the quality characteristic moves from the target. The formula used to compute the quality loss function depends on the type of quality characteristic being used. The quality loss function was first introduced in this form by Genichi Taguchi.

(3) A function that determines economic penalties that the customer incurs as a result of purchasing a nonconforming product.



 



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