Audit Testing: A Sound Investment

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Carter, C. W.; Paulson, Lawrence Co.   (1958, ASQC)   Rath & Strong, Inc.; Minnesota and Ontario Paper Co.

Industrial Quality Control    Vol. 14    No. 9
QICID: 4305    March 1958    pp. 8-11
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Article Abstract

In papermaking, routine testing at various stages of processing controls the finished quality, and errors in these tests are costly. Errors are also fairly easy to make, so to avoid the expense of multiple tests, audit testing is suggested as an economical and highly satisfactory method of assuring the reliability of the routine tests.

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