Active Standard: E1169 - 13a
The proposed revision to section 4.1 was offered at the May 2013 E11 meetings: 4.1 Conducting a ruggedness test requires making systematic changes in the variables, called factors, and then observing the subsequent effect of those changes upon the test result of each run. Factors are features of the test method or of the laboratoryenvironment that are known to vary across laboratories and are subject to control by the test method.
Keywordsfoldover; fractional factorial design; half-normal plot; Plackett-Burman; ruggedness; screening design;
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