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Test of Hypothesis in Assessing Process Capability Index Cpmk
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Test of Hypothesis in Assessing Process Capability Index Cpmk
Cho, Joong-Jae; Yu, Hye-Kyung; Hana, Jung-Su;
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Higher quality level is generally perceived by customers as improved performance by assigning a correspondingly higher satisfaction score. Usually, the quality level is measured by process capability indices. The index is used to determine whether a production process is capable of producing items within a specified tolerance. The third generation index is more powerful than two useful indices and . which have been widely used in six sigma industries to assess process performance. Most evaluations on process capability indices focus on point estimates, which may result in unreliable assessments of process performance. In this paper, we consider better testing procedure on assessing process capability index for practitioners to use in determining whether a given process is capable. It is easy to use the proposed method for assessing process capability index . Whether a process is clearly normal or nonnormal, our bootstrap testing procedure could be applied effectively without the complexity of calculation. A numerical result based on our proposed method is illustrated.
Process capability index;test of hypothesis;p-value;bootstrap method;achieved significance level;monte-carlo experiment;limiting distribution;ASL(achieved significance level);
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