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    Birajashis Pattnaik
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    Anybody working on expected squared loss error and distributional properties of multivariate process capability indices are request to discuss.
    E Mail: [email protected]
    http://www.geocities.com/birajashis/Profession.html

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    Anonymous
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    Dear Birajashis,
    I’m more interested in the application of PCA and PLS to chemometric data than to mechanical process capability and multivariate tolerancing, but I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed visting your site and reading your papers; a nice melody too.)
    Although I am more interested in parameter design, I do recognise some of the cost limitations asssociated with mechanical processing, and I wondered if you might have time to look at Reigle’s tolerancing example and provide a bivariate tolerancing solution. It would also be helpful if you could ignore the reference to an envelope and only consider the problem in one dimension, to keep it simple for folks like me!
    Cheers,
    Andy
     

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    Birajashis Pattnaik
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    Dear Andy,I am sorry that I could not respond you in time. Actually I am busy these days in one of my Seminar. Anyway I fell good to get some suggetion from you. These days I am doing less works on application of PCA and PLS to chemometric data. I will look into Reigle’s tolerancing example that you have suggested for. MPCI suggested by Taam, Subbaiah, and Liddy i.e. MCpm, I am interested in. Can we find out a good estmate of that in proper form to find out the bias and mean square error of that index?Thanks that you like my page and the melody in that.You are allways welcome for discussion and I will appreciate your suggetion.Thank youBirajashis Pattnaik

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