The exploration of an alternative to acceptance sampling
Hammons, Craig A.
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This thesis considers the problem of evaluating a producer's program in statistical process control, from the standpoint of the consumer. A model is postulated reflecting the variability in proportion nonconforming of a process and the characteristics of the final control chart in the process. From this the steady-state solution to a Markov chain is used to find the output proportion nonconforming of the process.
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