Measurement Systems Evaluation


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Measurement Systems Evaluation
10112071011205 Measurement Systems EvaluationA good measurement system possesses certain properties. First, it should produce a number that is "close" to the actual property being measured, that is, it should be accurate. Second, if the measurement system is applied repeatedly to the same object, the measurements produced should be close to one another, that is, it should be repeatable. Third, the measurement system should be able to produce accurate and consistent results over the entire range of concern, that is, it should be linear. Fourth, the measurement system should produce the same results…
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Thomas Pyzdek; Paul Keller: Six Sigma Handbook, Fourth Edition. Measurement Systems Evaluation, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export