statistical quality control

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statistical quality control

an aspect of QUALITY CONTROL which involves inspecting and testing a sample of a raw material, component or product in order to make inferences about the quality of all the output of that material, component or product. Where inspection and testing involves destruction of the product, statistical quality control based on sampling is the only means of monitoring quality.
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A process improvement and training consultant in textiles and electronics as well as for businesses regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Pena-Rodriguez focuses here on the third category as he explains how to understand and apply the different tools for statistical process control.
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BS 5702-2:2008--Guide to statistical process control (SPC) charts for variables--Part 2: Charts for individual values
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GAO also found that programs generally did not track statistical process control data, a key indicator for production maturity.
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