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Control Limits

The upper and lower limits on the acceptable level of cash that minimizes the sum of the opportunity cost of excessive cash and the cost of marketable security transactions.

control limits

see CONTROL CHART.
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The H2SPlus(TM) System, with operating pressure of 10psi, will serve through a blended treatment approach to reduce the landfill gas H2S concentrations to below 150 parts per million, in order to meet California emission control limits.
Quality control limits for pass/fail can be superimposed on the graph so that the decision to accept or reject product is automatic; no human interpretation is required.
They each took a number of acquisitions of NIST SRM 2460 Standard Bullets and 2461 Standard Cartridge Cases over the course of about a year, and the acquired images were correlated with Golden Images at the National Laboratory Center of ATF, from which control charts and control limits have been developed.
Reference (8) presented modified control limits for maintaining control of a process, when the data were assumed to be dependent and following a second order autoregressive process (AR(2) model).
Repeat strategy Description Rule 1 If all initial QC results are within mean [+ or -] 2s control limits, then accept.
Mean test score targets and attendance proportion targets are set, control limits computed, and class means for exams and attendance proportions are periodically monitored to ensure that processes are "in-control.
The software package comes complete with full list of QC features including a supervisor mode with password protection, ability to set control limits for patient samples, statistical monitoring and graphing of daily controls, built-in linearity check, and a search function to retrieve historical test results.
We must organize more training courses to create awareness among food handlers, farmers, food safety /Quality Control officers and all stake holders about hazard analysis and risk assessment, critical control points in food processing plants, developing critical control limits, monitoring the proper implementation Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point Plan (HACCP) plans, good agricultural and good manufacturing practices, verification, record keeping for traceability, it was further recommended.
However, the initial control limits of the in-process predicted surface roughness have to be calculated and obtained firstly based on the actual data in order to use in the I-MR charts for the in-process SPC afterwards.
Closed-loop controllers, when implemented correctly, have advantages of keeping complex processes within control limits, even when small external perturbations affect the product line.
A charge mean outside the control limits indicates that the process is out of control and mill personnel should determine a cause.