Six Sigma and Beyond: Statistical Process Control, Volume IV

  • 7h 53m
  • D. H. Stamatis
  • CRC Press
  • 2003

Features

  • Provides an overview of SPC in very simple, easily understood terms
  • Reviews and explains traditional SPC tools and how they relate to Six Sigma
  • Covers the use of advanced SPC techniques in relation to Six Sigma
  • Addresses SPC for service and short-run processes
  • Explores issues of capability for the short and long run and addresses measurement issues

In this fourth volume of the Six Sigma and Beyond series, quality engineering expert D.H. Stamatis focuses on how Statistical Process Control (SPC) related to Six Sigma. Dr. Stamatis takes a simplistic approach to the topic by emphasizing “why we do” and “how to do” SPC in all types of environments.

Volume IV provides readers with an overview of SPC in easy-to-follow, easy-to-understand terms. The text reviews and explains traditional SPC tools and how they relate to Six Sigma, addresses SPC for service and short-run processes, and goes on to cover the use of advanced techniques. It explores the issue of capability for the short and long run and also addresses measurement issues. Six Sigma and Beyond: Statistical Process Control shows you how to utilize SPC properly in order to maximize your quality improvement and give your organization the competitive edge.

In this Book

  • The Need for Improvement
  • Problem Solving
  • Summarizing Data
  • Descriptive Statistics
  • Normal Distribution
  • Process Variation and Control Charts
  • Preparing for Control Charts
  • Variable Charts
  • Control Charts for Attributes
  • Other Charts
  • Control Chart Signals
  • Process Control and Capability
  • Short-Run SPC
  • Distribution Shape and Stability
  • The Measurement Process
  • Machine Acceptance Overview
  • SPC in Nonmanufacturing
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