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David Coleman contributed to a statistical production engineering effort in which CED stylus rejection was reduced from 15 to 2 percent by analysis of variations in the v-to-p ratio of the micromachined diamond facets.
David Coleman is a Member, Technical Staff in the Productivity and Quality Assurance Research Group at RCA Laboratories. He received a B.A. in applied mathematics/computer science from Harvard University in 1977, and an M.S. in statistics from Princeton University in 1980. Since joining RCA Laboratories in 1981, he has worked on statistical production engineering projects, focusing on graphical display of data and management-by-exception software systems driven by statistical algorithms.
- RCA 1984 Company Biography
David E. Coleman has more than eleven years' experience in developing mathematical software. He received his BA in Applied Mathematics/Computer Science from Harvard University, and his MS in Statistics from Princeton University. Since then he has done mathematical modeling of nuclear fusion load capacity for the Federal Department of Energy. Since becoming a Member of the Technical Staff at RCA Laboratories in 1981, he has designed statistical software, participated in leading statistical process control projects, and co-developed new statistical methodology for Video Components and Display Division (VCDD).
- RCA 1985 Company Biography
In 2002, David Coleman was a Senior Technical Specialist at the Alcoa Technical Center in Alcoa Center, Pennsylvania. He is co-author of Statistical Methods for Detection and Quantification of Environmental Contamination.
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