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Walton M. Hancock, Dr. of Engineering

Industrial and Operations Engineering University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
"Walton Hancock"
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Acheson Duncan grad student Princeton (Neurotree)
Robert H. Roy grad student Johns Hopkins Medical School (Neurotree)


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Don B. Chaffin grad student University of Michigan (Biomechanics Tree)
David H. Gustafson grad student University of Michigan (Neurotree)
Yu-Li Huang grad student 2008 University of Michigan (Neurotree)
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Gerth RJ, Hancock WM. (2000) Computer aided tolerance analysis for improved process control Computers and Industrial Engineering. 38: 1-19
Isken MW, Hancock WM. (1998) Tactical staff scheduling analysis for hospital ancillary units. Journal of the Society For Health Systems. 5: 11-23
Hancock W, Zayko M, Autio M, et al. (1998) Analysis of components of variation in automotive stamping processes Quality Engineering. 10: 115-124
Hancock WM, Zayko MJ. (1998) Lean production: Implementation problems Iie Solutions. 30: 38-42
Wang CY, Hancock WM. (1997) Minimizing splits in the automotive stamping process by logistic regression Quality Engineering. 9: 653-663
Kawlra R, Hancock W. (1996) Tolerance allocation methodology for manufacturing Sae Technical Papers
Hancock WM, Yoon JW, Plont R. (1996) Use of ridge regression in the improved control of casting processes Quality Engineering. 8: 395-403
Gerth RJ, Hancock WM. (1996) Output variation reduction of production systems involving a large number of subprocesses Quality Engineering. 8: 145-163
Hancock WM. (1994) Issues and problems in secure remote access Network Security. 1994: 14-18
Hancock WM, Isken MW. (1992) Patient-scheduling methodologies. Journal of the Society For Health Systems. 3: 83-94
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