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A Method for Identifying Critical Success Factors of JIT Implementation in Different Circumstances Abstract World Class Manufacturing is a management philosophy that emphasizes on meeting external and internal customers' needs and expectations and importance of doing things right for world market society. One of the most world class production techniques is Just in Time (JIT). JIT production system has some components that need to implement it. Researches show that implementation of this system isn't unique in all time, places and circumstances.
  • jit
  • pull production system
  • world class manufacturers
  • supply chain management systems
  • manufacturing firms
  • production management
  • factor analysis
  • factor for analysis
  • r.
  • component
  • table

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MARSHALL UNIVERSITY FORENSIC SCIENCE CENTER DNA Laboratory Advanced DNA Technologies Training ADVANCED DNA TECHNOLOGIES TRAINING OBJECTIVES Following theIntroductory Capillary ElectrophoresisandForensic DNA Analysislecturesthe student shall: 1. Recognizetandem repeats and the mitochondrial D loop as significant polymorphic DNA sequences in forensic biology. 2. Recallthe mechanism of the polymerase chain reaction. 3. Examinevarious amplification chemistries used in forensic PCR applications. 4. Identifymultiple methods of analyzing STR products generated by PCR. 5. Compareand contrast ABI capillary electrophoresis equipment. 6. Comprehendbasic capillary electrophoresis concepts such as: a. Equipmentcomponent parts b. Electrokineticinjection c. Migrationof STR fragments from electrode to cathode d. Capillarywindow alignment with laser and detection window e. Spectraloverlap and matrix correction f. Coelectrophoresisinternal size standard g. Multicoloredelectropherogram h. Offscaledata i. Allelicladder During theAdvanced Capillary Electrophoresislecturethe student shall: 1. Identifycompounds that can compete with DNA fragments during electrokinetic injection and how to overcome. 2. Recognizefactors that directly impact DNA separations. 3. Recallfundamental sieving polymer concepts. 4. Identifyimportant chemical components in the polymer and buffer which affect denaturation of STR fragments. 5. Understandthe negative effects created by charges on the capillary column internal surface. 6. Appreciatenegative factors inherent in amplification such as peak height imbalances, stochastic effects, stutter andn1 (a) peaks. Following theFunctional Uses of GeneMapper™ IDlecturethe student shall: 1. Befamiliar with GeneMapper™IDvocabulary. 2. Identifythe primary user interface window. 3. Identifythe Samples and Genotypes tabs as well as common functions performed from each. 4. Appreciatethe significance of the GeneMapper Manager. 5. Comprehendthe five GeneMapper software algorithms. a. Peakdetection b. Sizematching and calling c. Binning d. Allelecalling e. QualityValue Determination 6. Outlinethe basic process of software algorithm flow from peak detection to allele call. 7. Differentiatewhen to use the advanced or classic modes of analysis. 8. Graspthe importance of determining analysis ranges. 9. Valuethe difference of the Local Southern Size Calling Method. 10. Appreciatethe process of baselining.
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