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New Aspects of the Value Analysis Method Leading to a More Accurate Evaluation of the Industrial Products



Lazarescu Constantin-Doru, Chereches Nelu-Cristian and Niculae Mihai
 
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The case of classical Value Analysis method, using only two degrees of comparison, “more important” – marked with “1” – and “less important” – marked with “0” might be subject to discussion because of the following reasons: Zero (“0”) has no “ material” signification meaning that a sensation of insatisfaction occurs to the one involved in a Value Analysis procedure. It is insufficient to use only two degrees of comparison. The paper, based an numerical models, proposes four degrees of comparison as being “the same importance”, “much more important”, “more important” and “less important”, each degree of comparison being associated with figures or numbers, others then zero, in order to record the results of the comparison. We consider this approach as better corresponding to the natural needs of the potential users of the Value Analysis method and also we expect closer to reality results and conclusions.

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Lazarescu Constantin-Doru, Chereches Nelu-Cristian and Niculae Mihai , 2002. New Aspects of the Value Analysis Method Leading to a More Accurate Evaluation of the Industrial Products. Journal of Applied Sciences, 2: 938-939.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2002.938.939

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=jas.2002.938.939

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