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“This prize represents for me an international recognition of my efforts,” Guerrero said, “for interdisciplinary research in the area of big and small data, quality control and 6 Sigma and information theory, which not only link operation management to industrial engineering, but also shows how business and industry 4.0 academics should work and collaborate with engineering sciences.”

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