Publisher description for SPC methods for quality improvement / Charles P. Quesenberry.
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Statistical process control (SPC) methods are excellent tools for streamlining a process to save time and money while producing a quality product. Instead of actually testing each part after manufacturing -- SPC uses mathematical and statistical models and charts to determine the numbers of acceptable vs. unacceptable products that will be produced from a manufacturing process. In analyzing these processes, SPC takes into account the number of parts or components used, and other variables that effect the final product. This book covers the basics of SPC from a statistical/mathematical perspective and translates these concepts into real world applications.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Process control Statistical methods, Quality control