Quick Course in Statistical Process Control (Net Effect)

Quick Course in Statistical Process Control (Net Effect)

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For courses in Statistical Process Control, and for use in Six Sigma and Certified Quality Improvement Associate training programs. Utilizing a practical "how-to" approach, this text shows students how to apply the principles of SPC to the making of business decisions and better quality products. It integrates examples that use Microsoft Excel functions and Minitab.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 416 pages
  • 172.7 x 233.7 x 20.3mm | 612.36g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • English
  • 0131346660
  • 9780131346666
  • 2,050,950

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The American Statistician (volume 62, number 2, page 183) Designed for a practitioner with no exposure to fundamental statistical ideas, this book describes the core concepts and implementation strategies for statistical process control (SPC). Restricting itself to the very core of SPC, and doing a thorough treatment of these concepts and charts, the book will be a good starting point for practitioners. A small number of exercises are included in each chapter to help the reader reproduce the results demonstrated and practice the concepts. Overall, the book will be a comfortable read for those new to statistical idea and statistical process control but will need to be supplemented with other materials once the reader has gained an understanding of the basics. Christine M. Anderson-Cook Los AlamosNational Laboratoryshow more

Table of contents

1. Statistical Preliminaries for Control Charts.2. Charting Sample Means and Variation.3. Signals and Measures Used in Assessing Control and Quality.4. Other Control Charts.5. Probability.6. Topics in Quality.Bibliography.Appendices.Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems.Index.show more

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