Oshimura, Seijiro (1990, ASQC) Jobu University, Gunma, Japan
- Annual Quality Congress, San Francisco, CA Vol. 44 No. 0
- QICID: 9512 May 1990 pp. 567-572
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The purpose of this paper is to suggest a method effective in evaluating quality assurance capabilities, so that weak points of quality assurance systems may be remedied. This theory uses the following three parameters in analyzing and evaluating troubles and defectives at every stage of quality assurance.
- (Negligence Ratio):
- Degree of troubles escaping attention, by not observing what are specified in the quality assurance system
- (Evaluation Skill Ratio):
- Degree of arrangement of systems and standards which are used to discover troubles
- (Prevention Ratio):
- Degree of finding troubles upstream, i.e., degree of forestalling problems.
Quality control methodology,Union of Japanese Scientists & Engineers (JUSE)
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