Reviews of Standards and Specifications: JIS Z 9015, Sampling Inspection Plans by Attributes with Severity Adjustment (Acceptance Sampling Where a Consumer Can Select Suppliers) (Draft)

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Pabst Jr., William R. (edited by)   (1971, ASQC)  

Journal of Quality Technology    Vol. 3    No. 2
QICID: 5079    April 1971    pp. 87-94
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Article Abstract

This Japanese Industrial Standard is almost entirely taken from MIL-STD-105D, with certain changes made in the switching rules and in the reduced inspection tables. These changes were explained in some detail in the JQT article "MIL-STD-105D and the Japanese Modified Standard" published in April 1970. In the letter published below, the ASQC Standards Committee opposed the proposed changes, especially that involving the addition of a limit number table for tightened inspection. A rejoinder was then made by the principal Japanese authors. Meanwhile, Professor Pedro Mendizabal of the University of Madrid made extensive Monte Carlo simulations of the MIL-STD-105D tables which illuminate certain aspects of the differences.

Keywords

Japanese quality management,Receiving inspection,Switching rules


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