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PROCEDURES FOR ASSESSING MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS ll
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ANOVA appraiser variation assessing attribute gage study Average and Range average range characteristic common cause variation complete measurement conﬁdence interval conﬁdence limits control chart control limits data categories deﬁned degrees of freedom design of experiment determined enter the results equipment variation estimate evaluated example factors Figure 28 ﬁrst G G G G gage accuracy gage error gage linearity Gage Performance Curve gage R&R Gage Repeatability gage system interaction Let operator master value meas measurement device measurement process measurement system analysis measurement system variation normal distribution number of distinct number of operators number of trials observed average Observed Value operator averages part-to—part variation phase one testing phase two test procedure process variation range calculation range chart Range method Repeatability and Reproducibility Replication Error results in row signiﬁcant special causes standard deviation statistical process control statistical properties statistical stability subgroup UCLR urement variance components within-part variation WW WW zero