Process Behavior Charts


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Process Behavior Charts
1011205 Process Behavior Charts
Distributions Distributions are a set of numbers (or data) collected from a well-defined universe of possible measurements arising from a property or relationship under study. Defining the distribution of the data allows us to associate probabilities with the numbers being studied. Assuming an appropriate distribution for a stable process or population allows one to answer such questions as: What is the probability that x will occur? What is the probability that a value less than x will occu…
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Thomas Pyzdek; Paul Keller: Six Sigma Handbook, Fourth Edition. Process Behavior Charts, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export