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Keywords and Sections
QUALITY ENGINEERING
BASIC RULES
EXTENSIVE QUALITY CONTROL
QUALITY CONTROL CHARTS
ESSENTIAL
CHARGE
APPROACH
STAGE
SERIES
ASPECT
FACILITY
DESIGN
DESIGNS
OPERATIONS
PROCESSING
COSTS
DEPARTMENT
PROGRAM
COMPLIANCE
IMPROVEMENT
EVALUATIONS
ANALYSIS
MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS
DEVELOPMENT
CRITICAL ROLE
PC GAMES
HOME FURNISHINGS
GERMANY
HOME COUNTRY
THREE LEVELS
PRODUCTION QUALITY
WINE INDUSTRY
DATA
HYPOTHESIS TESTING
PART
FINAL PRODUCT
METHOD
TOOLS
DATA ANALYSIS
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
PURPOSES
MANUFACTURING PROCESS
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
PRODUCTS
PRODUCT
PRODUCTION
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Quality Control"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Quality control is a vital part of our operations.
  2. Quality control was performed with H. pylori ATCC 43504. According to Glupczynski et al.
  3. For quality control, a random 5% of charts throughout the course of chart review were reabstracted to assure consistency of the data abstracted.
  4. Good quality control is critical to ensure the denture fits and looks natural in the patient's mouth. (Web site)
  5. Stringent quality control is incorporated into every aspect of manufacturing process resulting in high quality DXN products. (Web site)

Quality Engineering

  1. Process management can trace its roots back to the early days of industrial engineering and quality management (quality control and quality engineering).

Basic Rules

  1. The export of passion fruit juice was thriving at one time but owing to inability to follow basic rules of quality control it had to be abandoned. (Web site)

Extensive Quality Control

  1. Extensive quality control - the basic rules for AOC calvados together with several additional requirements. (Web site)

Quality Control Charts

  1. As the sigma control limits for quality control charts, the runs rules are based on "statistical" reasoning.

Essential

  1. Regular quality control of the iodine levels in salt, when that is the vehicle, is also essential.

Charge

  1. Gruden began his NFL coaching career in 1990 with the San Francisco 49ers as an assistant in charge of quality control.
  2. Some lenders review appraisals as a quality control procedure and charge for the activity. (Web site)

Approach

  1. With the advancement of statistical methods, the approach was improved and referred to as quality control in 1920s and 1930s. (Web site)
  2. However, due to workmanship and lack of quality control the solution to condensation on ducts cannot be achieved by this approach.

Stage

  1. Eddie ended up spending his short time on stage, talking about Wolfgang guitar production and his promise to take a keen interest in quality control.

Series

  1. An audit involves a series of checks and balances, beyond simply quality control, that tests data for accuracy.

Aspect

  1. Their ability to channel this respect back into every aspect of construction of a single harpsichord is highly effective quality control. (Web site)

Facility

  1. We take significant steps to quality control each sequencing run in our facility. (Web site)

Design

  1. Even though I recommend this sander, I did find some minor problems with it that I think are more a problem with quality control than design.

Designs

  1. Daniel Malaise Optics - Designs, produces and commercializes optical devices for on and offline quality control.

Operations

  1. Organic certification, which until then was a voluntary quality control system, became mandatory to all operations and was also to be applied for imports.

Processing

  1. Yarn Dyeing, Weaving, Processing and Made-UPS units are under one roof for better productivity and quality control.

Costs

  1. Again, this could double the costs of your quality control. (Web site)
  2. Furthermore, quality control processes exhibit lower reliability due to human error which can further increase costs.

Department

  1. Quality control at chicken-processing plants is done by the company and also by inspectors from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. (Web site)

Program

  1. The program utilises an SQL database for file management, to ensure complete traceability and quality control.
  2. Commissioner - A volunteer Scouter who is the quality control person for the program at the unit, district, or council level. (Web site)

Compliance

  1. Textile agency, providing custom sourcing, quality control and compliance, and services for yarn, fabric and garment supply chain management. (Web site)

Improvement

  1. This book explores the modern use of statistical methods in quality control and improvement.

Evaluations

  1. Information related to evaluations of Wikipedia, including individual opinions, quality control, and awards are discussed below.

Analysis

  1. Statistical consulting applicable to design of experiments, quality control and analysis of complex data in chemical processes.

Multivariate Analysis

  1. His research interests include multivariate analysis, experimental designs, quality control, repeated measures, and statistical inference. (Web site)

Development

  1. The same quality control and research and development go into Mastercraft as goes into Cooper or Avon tyres. (Web site)

Critical Role

  1. Agarose gel electrophoresis of DNA and RNA samples plays a critical role in the analysis and quality control of scientific experiments.

Pc Games

  1. One thing that does tick me off, however, is the blatant disregard for quality control that you find in many PC games.

Home Furnishings

  1. Agents and buying office for apparel and home furnishings, involved in product sourcing, production supervision and quality control. (Web site)

Germany

  1. VQA is to Canada what AOC is to France, DOC is to Italy and QMP is to Germany: quality control from the vineyard to the glass.
  2. Much of the unreliability experienced outside Germany was due to poor quality control in the local manufacture of engines and transmissions. (Web site)

Home Country

  1. Advanced statistical methods of quality control, pioneered by the American mathematician William Edwards Deming, whom his home country initially ignored.

Three Levels

  1. We administer quality control at each of the three levels of the assembly process for customer-ordered hardware. (Web site)

Production Quality

  1. Quality control turned Japanese factories into world leaders in cost-effectiveness and production quality.

Wine Industry

  1. At these seminars, we have asked a number of leading experts in the wine industry to present their views on bottle variation and quality control.

Data

  1. These data are routed by several cooperating airlines to GSD, and we decode and quality control the data. (Web site)
  2. Nevertheless the range is still much used in simple descriptions of data and also in quality control charts.

Hypothesis Testing

  1. Hypothesis testing; linear, multilinear, and nonlinear regression; analysis of variance for designed experiments; quality control; statistical computing. (Web site)

Part

  1. Measurement of seam strength is a part of quality control procedure which is essential for garments.

Final Product

  1. The most important factor in the quality control of krypton production is ensuring that the final product contains only krypton. (Web site)

Method

  1. This method is often used for quality control or for researching competitors' products.

Tools

  1. This book equips engineers and managers with the tools to effectively manage all aspects of a project, including quality control, schedules, and expenses. (Web site)

Data Analysis

  1. Topics to be added include managerial processes, reliability, quality control, data analysis and data mining.

Product Development

  1. In business and industry, statisticians play an important role in quality control and in product development and improvement. (Web site)

Purposes

  1. In all cases, however, the method will reveal if the squalene content in the adjuvant being tested is acceptable for quality control purposes. (Web site)
  2. Calibration machines for manufacturers of weighing cells, load cells and torque transducers used both in manufacturing and for quality control purposes. (Web site)
  3. In addition, the Mint will strike extra coins for the purposes of quality control, i.e.

Manufacturing Process

  1. The same idea occurs in games of chance, demographic statistics, quality control of a manufacturing process, and in many other parts of our lives. (Web site)

Manufacturing Processes

  1. Quality control will continue to be an important issue in chemical manufacturing and other industries that use chemicals in their manufacturing processes. (Web site)
  2. Statistical process control (SPC) is a method for achieving quality control in manufacturing processes. (Web site)

Products

  1. Quality control and process control use statistics as a tool to manage conformance to specifications of manufacturing processes and their products. (Web site)
  2. These products are those typically found in scientific, educational, research, quality assurance, quality control and government laboratories.
  3. These products are not produced with adequate quality control to ensure that they contain a reliable amount of thyroid hormone. (Web site)

Product

  1. In [ 42] the Apollo program, with an outside organization developing the software, NASA had to provide for quality control of the product. (Web site)
  2. The new facility will enable WiredTree to expand its product and service offerings while maintaining its stringent quality control standards, says WiredTree. (Web site)

Production

  1. Provides support from concept and product development through production and quality control.
  2. The key to adequate quality control is to monitor how each production activity affects the wine and to make adjustments accordingly. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Product Development
  2. Manufacturing Process
  3. Ready-Made Garments
  4. Control
  5. Calorad

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