Statistical Process Control (SPC) Introduction
Statistical process control was pioneered by Walter A. Shewhart in the early 1920s. It is the application of statistical methods to monitor and control processes. As a tool for continuous quality improvement, SPC has been widely applied to production lines in the industry to produce as much conforming products as possible by reducing process variation. In a broad sense, SPC can be applied to any process with variation and measurable output. Moreover, SPC is an important element of Six Sigma methodology and one of the core tools for implementing ISO/TS16949 standard.
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