An Analysis of Human Reliability Measures in Visual Inspection

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Johnson, Steven L.; Funke, Douglas J.   (1980, ASQC)   General Motors Institute; Calspan Corporation

Journal of Quality Technology    Vol. 12    No. 2
QICID: 5339    April 1980    pp. 71-74
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Article Abstract

The human factor is an important component to consider in the evaluation of a quality control system. This is particularly the case when the human is required to accept or reject items on the basis of his visual detection capability. This paper discusses the advantages and disadvantages of a number of human performance measures that can be used in evaluating visual inspection effectiveness.

Keywords

Inspection,Reliability


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