Determining Suitability to Requirements


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Determining Suitability to Requirements
103020010110061011205Determining Suitability to RequirementsAs discussed in Chapter 1, a control chart provides an indication of the stability or consistency of a process over time. It does not directly address how well the process meets the needs of internal or external customers. Furthermore, neither the control chart nor any other tool should be used to adjust the process relative to requirements due to the risk of tampering with the process, which results in increased process variation. Process capability estimates have been developed to predict the ability of…
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Paul Keller: Statistical Process Control Demystified. Determining Suitability to Requirements, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2011), AccessEngineering Export