Statistical Control Process: A Historical Perspective
Hossein Niavand1, MojtabaTajeri2
1Hossein Niavand, University Of Mysore, Research Scholar in Department of Statistics.
2Mojtaba Tajeri, Punjab University, Research Scholar in Department of English.
Manuscript received on January 05, 2014. | Revised Manuscript received on January 11, 2014. | Manuscript published on January 15, 2014. | PP: 6-9 | Volume-2 Issue-2, January 2014. | Retrieval Number: B0566012214/2014©BEIESP
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Abstract: One of the most powerful tools in thestatistical quality process is the statisticalmethods.First developed in the 1920’s byWalter Shewhart, the control chart found widespread use during World War II and has been employed, with various modifications, ever since. There are many processes in which thesimultaneous monitoring or control of two ormore quality characteristics is necessary. Reviewing statistical process control tools and providing a description about necessity of using these tools for improving the production process and providing some applications of statistical process control.This study covers both the motivation for statistical quality process and a discussion of some of the techniques currently available. The emphasis focuses primarily on the developments occurring since the mid-980’s.
Keywords: Statistics, quality control, shewhartchart, control chart, praetorchart, diagram.