Analysis Procedure of Inspection Errors Based on MSA Attribute Study Data Set for the Improvement Purposes: Part 2 – Results and Discussion

  • 1 Czestochowa University of Technology, , Poland

Abstract

In the first article in this series, the research methodology concerning the analysis of inspection errors based on MSA attribute study data set for the improvement purposes was presented. In the final article in the series, applying the methodology in practice step by step was presented. Instructions for correct performance of the analysis, in compliance with the author’s procedure, were determined. Both advantages and disadvantages of the developed approach were underlined.

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