decomposable process

decomposable process

[dē·kəm′pō·zə·bəl ′präs·əs]
(mathematics)
A process which can be reduced to several basic events.
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For such a decomposable process, we show that the existence of a backward compact attractor is equivalent to the existence of an increasing, bounded, and pullback absorbing set (see Theorem 4).
Every level needs independent functional analysis in decomposable process. The design matrix is established according to the relationship of FRs and DPs in every level, which is arranged as shown in table 4.
M/PCpS, a single, unified methodology, systematically incorporates all the tools and statistical techniques such as 5S, decomposable process mapping, cause and effect diagrams, vital variable ranking, Likert scales, destructive and nondestructive gauge R&R studies, DoE, multi-factor multilevel mixed-effect-model analysis of variance, multi-vari analysis, statistical process control, Positrol plans, etc.