Modern methods for quality control and improvement
Wiley, 1986 - Business & Economics - 690 pages
A comprehensive presentation of modern quality control methods and systems written by three of the foremost researchers in the field. Strikes a unique balance between theoretical and practical aspects of quality control. Treats the traditional principles and techniques of statistical quality control and quality assurance using the most modern approaches. Designed for advanced undergraduate or graduate students in industrial engineering and management.
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HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF QUALITY CONTROL
QUALITY AND QUALITY SYSTEMS
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acceptance control charts analysis ANSI/ASQC AOQL applications arithmetic mean ASTM barplot binomial binomial distribution Boxplots calculated Cause-and-Effect Diagram centerline Chapter computed confidence interval CUSUM chart developed discussed Equation estimate Evaluation example flowchart fraction nonconforming frequency function graphical methods histogram indicated Kaoru Ishikawa Laboratory machine manufacturing mean measure median modified control limits nonconforming pieces nonconforming units normal distribution number of nonconforming observations obtained OC curve occur operation out-of-control parameters Pareto diagram pattern percent nonconforming points Poisson distribution problem procedure process control QC circles quality assurance quality characteristic quality costs quality improvement quality system quantile-quantile plot reject requirements risk sample averages sample mean sample size Scatterplots schemes selected Shewhart shift shown in Figure single sampling Society for Quality specification limits standard given subgroup techniques tion total quality control underlying distribution upper variance variation zero defects