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acceptable quality level

[ak¦sep·tə·bəl ′kwäl·ə·dē ‚lev·əl]
(industrial engineering)
The maximum percentage of defects that has been determined tolerable as a process average for a sampling plan during inspection or test of a product with respect to economic and functional requirements of the item. Abbreviated AQL.
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That is why the FDA and DOD have set minimum acceptable quality levels for their programs.
In many of the cities in the region, bandwidth from fixed fibre to the home (FttH) and Mobile 4G LTE networks will finally enable both interactive video services and streamed content to be delivered at acceptable quality levels.
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And if that's not enough, consider this: "Now even the lowest-priced goods exceed the average acceptable quality levels for most people.
IPEC has already made a significant contribution to the debate by publishing a GMP guide for excipients, a practical authoritative document that not only helps excipient suppliers meet the increasingly stringent demands of the pharmaceutical industry, but also makes it easier for pharmaceutical companies to ensure their suppliers are meeting acceptable quality levels.
The success of a PBSA is highly dependent on the effort and resources invested into monitoring performance by using many sophisticated tools and metrics including performance indicators and standards, quality assurance surveillance plans (QASP), performance requirements summaries (PRS), acceptable quality levels (AQL), and appropriate positive as well as negative incentives.
I am seeing low-volume castings coming in at acceptable quality levels and low costs.
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The economics of quality require that management establish acceptable quality levels as performance standards.
It used Military Standard 105-D, originally written for production of military spare parts, in establishing its statistical sampling frame and in setting acceptable quality levels.
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