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definition-Defect-Detection-Process

Definition:

The Defect-Detection-Process (DDP) Is-Part-Of Specification-Quality-Control (SQC), which also includes the Defect-Prevention-Process (DPP). It is the Systematic, project-focussed Process of identifying and fixing Specification-Defects.

Alternative Names

Concept Number: *041
English Master: Defect-Detection-Process
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: DPP

Detailing

Source: A detailed description of the DDP Process can be found in [GILB93] and [WHEELER96].


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1.The DDP is “project oriented” in that it is primarily concerned with a project”s economics, rather than an organization”s Work-Process economics (that is the DPP concern).
Rationale: This is to avoid the high Cost of late Defect removal (at test, or in field), or to avoid the high Cost of the consequences of malfunctions caused by the Defect.

“A stitch in time saves nine”.

2. DDP is not itself concerned with Process-Improvement, but it provides a stream of data, concrete Defect examples, and a working environment that can be used to feed into, and to help analyze effects of, a Defect-Prevention-Process.


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Specification-Quality-Control (SQC) (*051)
Defect-Prevention-Process (DPP) (*042)


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Created by system. Last Modification: Thursday 11 of July, 2019 17:52:07 CEST by Admin (Kai).
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