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    I am not sure what off-line quality control and cellular manufacturing are. Can you explain this to me and their differences.

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    Off-line quality control is a quality control approach that focuses on product and process design. It is also referred to as robust design. Off-line quality control systematically reduces variation in a product or process design by reducing the sensitivity of the design to noise factors. It involves the identification of product input parameters that minimize estimated expected loss. According to Taguchi, who is the founder of this approach, there are seven main aspects that we should consider:
    1. The quality of a product is measured by the total loss created by that product to society.
    2. Quality improvement and cost reduction are necessary for an ...

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    This job defines off-line quality control, cellular manufacturing, and activity-based management.