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The symbol Σ, used to indicate summation of a set or series
The symbol σ, used to indicate one standard deviation from the mean, particularly in a normal distribution
The name for the eighteenth letter of the Classical and Modern Greek, the nineteenth letter of Old and Ancient
the 18th letter of the Greek alphabet
{i} 18th letter of the Greek alphabet
It originally had the form of the English C
The Greek letter Σ, σ, or &sigmat; (English S, or s)
the symbol (Σ) is used to indicate summation of a set or series
the symbol (σ) is used to indicate one standard deviation from the mean, particularly in a normal distribution
sigma is the sum-of-divisors function; sigma(n) is the sum of all the positive integers dividing n A generalization is sigma_k(n), the sum of all the kth powers of the divisors of n sigma_k, and thus sigma = sigma_1, is a multiplicative function
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The symbol s is often used to symbolize the standard deviation of the population
The Greek Letter a used to designate the estimated standard deviation
sigma additivity
Alternative form of σ-additivity
sigma bond
A covalent atomic bond that is rotationally symmetric about its axis
sigma-delta converter
Any electronic system used to convert analog signals to digital (or vice versa)
sigma-delta converters
plural form of sigma-delta converter
sigma baryon
Any of three unstable subatomic particles in the baryon family, having a mass 2,328 to 2,343 times that of the electron and a positive, neutral, or negative electron charge
sigma factor
A protein component of RNA polymerase that determines the specific site on DNA where transcription begins
six sigma
A vision of quality, which equates with only 3 4 defects per million opportunities for each product or service transaction Strives for perfection
six sigma
A methodology that provides businesses with the tools to improve the capability of their business processes This increase in performance and decrease in process variation lead to defect reduction and improvement in profits, employee morale and quality of product
six sigma
A quality standard that is equivalent to generating fewer than 3 4 defects per million manufacturing or service operations
six sigma
Systematic quality program that strives for 6 standard deviations between the mean and the nearest specification limit In extremely high quality processes, rejects will be the smallest of the Six Big Losses
six sigma
A movement, method and set of techniques focused on improving business processes Relies heavily on statistical techniques to measure success There are multiple Six Sigma methods, some designed for process improvement and some for designing or redesigning business processes Most Six Sigma books, however, emphasize incremental process improvement Often associated with Mikel Harry and Motorola
six sigma
Literally, refers to the reduction of errors to six standard deviations from the mean value of a process output or task opportunities, i e about 1 error in 300,000 opportunities In modern practice, this terminology has been applied to a quality improvement methodology for industry
six sigma
- A vision of quality which equates with only 3 4 defects per million opportunities for each product or service transaction Strives for perfection
six sigma
A process that is six sigma generates a maximum defect probability of 3 4 parts per million (PPM) when the amount of process shifts and drifts are controlled over the long term to less than +1 5 standard deviations from the centered mean
six sigma
Literally, it means six standard deviations from the mean or median value As applied to quality metrics, the term indicates that failures are at least six standard deviations from the mean or norm This would mean about 3 4 failures per million opportunities for failure For more detail, please visit the iSixSigma website
six sigma
A quality measure and improvement program developed by Motorola that focuses on the control of a process to the point of ± six sigma (standard deviations) from a centerline, or 3 4 defects per million items It includes identifying factors critical to quality as determined by the customer, reducing process variation and improving capabilities, increasing stability and designing systems to support the six sigma goal
six sigma
a failure rate of 3 4 parts per million or 99 9997%
delta-sigma converter
Any electronic system used to convert analog signals to digital (or vice versa)
final sigma
Form of the Greek letter sigma only ever used as the last letter of a word
lunate sigma
Form of the Greek letter sigma used in Medieval Greek and occasionally in Greek Orthodox Church transcriptions
Beta Gamma Sigma
{i} honor society founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1913 honoring business students and scholars
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