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Chapter Eleven. Quality and Assurance. Fig. 11-1. The Trade-Off Between Quality and Cost. Fig. 11-2. Probability Density of a Uniform Variate on (0, 1). Fig. 11-3. Density of the Sum of Three Uniform Random Variables. Fig. 11-4.

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Chapter eleven

Chapter Eleven

Quality and Assurance


The trade off between quality and cost

Fig. 11-1

The Trade-Off BetweenQuality and Cost


Probability density of a uniform variate on 0 1

Fig. 11-2

Probability Density of a Uniform Variate on (0, 1)


Density of the sum of three uniform random variables

Fig. 11-3

Density of the Sum of ThreeUniform Random Variables


Density of the sum of three uniform random variables and the normal approximation

Fig. 11-4

Density of the Sum of ThreeUniform Random Variables andthe Normal Approximation


Frequency histogram of 150 measurements

Fig. 11-5

Frequency Histogram of 150 Measurements


Theoretical normal curve of arm length

Fig. 11-6

Theoretical Normal Curve of Arm Length


Chart for tracking arm data

Fig. 11-7

Chart for Tracking Arm Data


R chart for tracking arm data

Fig. 11-8

R Chart for Tracking Arm Data


Preliminary p chart for xezet floppy disk data refer to example 11 2

Fig. 11-9

Preliminary p chart for Xezet floppy disk data (Refer to Example 11.2)


Revised p chart for xezet floppy disk data refer to example 11 2

Fig. 11-10

Revised p chart for Xezet floppy disk data (Refer to Example 11.2)


Successive cycles in process monitoring

Fig. 11-11

Successive Cycles in Process Monitoring


The behavior of g n k as a function of k refer to example 11 5

Fig. 11-12

The Behavior of G(n, k) as afunction of k (Refer to Example 11.5)


The ideal oc curve

Fig. 11-13

The Ideal OC Curve


Oc curve for spire records n 10

Fig. 11-14

OC Curve for Spire Records (n = 10)


Revised oc curve for spire records n 25

Fig. 11-15

Revised OC Curve for Spire Records (n = 25)


Two realizations of a sequential sampling plan

Fig. 11-16

Two Realizations of a Sequential Sampling Plan


Sequential sampling plan for spire records refer to example 11 8

Fig. 11-17

Sequential Sampling Planfor Spire Records (Refer to Example 11.8)


Asn curve for spire records estimated

Fig. 11-18

ASN Curve for Spire Records (estimated)


Aoq curves for spire records refer to example 11 9

Fig. 11-19

AOQ Curves forSpire Records(Refer to Example 11.9)


The house of quality the qfd planning matrix

Fig. 11-20

The House of Quality:The QFD Planning Matrix


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