As of 2002, about 35 States are using some form of statistical acceptance. A statistical acceptance specification is only one way of accepting or rejecting work; other methods such as accepting with no inspection and full inspection are also commonly used, however each method has its specific areas of applicability. Regardless of the details of accept / reject methods, they are all only designed to monitor or audit a process. They do not provide any means of process or product improvement and should not be used to achieve such goals.
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Statistical Acceptance Specifications
Publish date: August 16, 2007 | Author: Pavement Interactive
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