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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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