Proposed Capability Indices Based on Robust Estimation Compared with Classical Capability Indices
A process capability study is a scientific and systematic procedure that uses control charts to detect and eliminate the unnatural causes of variation until a state of statistical control is reached. On the other hand, in order to meet the quality requirements of the final product, quality should be achieved at every stage of production. Another way of achieving good quality during production is to use statistical techniques at every stage of production. The purpose of this research is to apply it to process capacity indices in replace of the standard deviation estimator. The information, which is taken from the Coca-Cola/Erbil production process, illustrates the qualities of the beverage (750 ml). A Coca-Cola product's 100 observations are divided into 25 models. Employed both the standard deviation estimator-based and the robust Downton estimation-based process capability indices. It was determined that in this inquiry, the robust Downton estimation had better qualities than the standard division estimator because the robust Downton estimation process capacity index values were greater.
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