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  1. An attribute or feature whose variation has a significant effect on product fit, form, function, performance, service life or producibility, that requires specific actions for the purpose of controlling variation. . [9100](9116)(9003)
  2. The definition in 9100, clause 3.3, applies with the following clarification for software. Key characteristics in software are those measurable attributes where variability can be measured by the project and can, if left unchecked, adversely impact the project or product in areas (e.g., memory utilization, response time, functionality, reliability, usability, efficiency, maintainability, portability). [9115]
  3. An attribute or feature whose variation has a significant influence on product fit, performance, service life, or producibility; that requires specific action for the purpose of controlling variation (reference 9100 and 9110). This definition is further explained as follows:
  • KCs for a part, subassembly, or system are those selected geometrical, material properties, functional, and/or cosmetic features; which are measurable, whose variation control is necessary in meeting customer requirements and enhancing customer satisfaction.
  • Process KCs are those selected measurable characteristics of a process whose control is essential to manage variation of part or system KCs.
  • Substitute KCs may be identified when a customer-defined KC is not readily measurable within the production/maintenance setting and other characteristics may need to be controlled to ensure conformance

NOTE: Design output can include identification of critical items that require specific actions to ensure they are adequately managed. Some CIs shall be further classified as KCs because their variation needs to be controlled. 

4.   An attribute or feature whose variation has a significant influence on product fit, performance, service life, or producibility; that requires specific action for the purpose of controlling variation (reference 9103 standard). This definition is further explained as follows:

  • KCs for a part, subassembly, or system are those selected geometrical, material properties, functional, and/or cosmetic features; which are measurable, and whose variation control is necessary for fulfilling customer requirements and enhancing customer satisfaction.
  • Process KCs are those selected measurable characteristics of a process whose control is essential to manage variation of part or system KCs.
  • Substitute KCs may be identified when a customer-defined KC is not readily measurable within the production/maintenance setting and other characteristics may need to be controlled to ensure conformance  [9145]

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    Created: 11 Jul 2013
    Updated: 19 Apr 2017
    1. The person or function that defines the KCs and recognizes the reasons for the selection of the KCs. Typically, these responsibilities are held by internal/external customer design, quality, manufacturing, or maintenance engineering and are identified by a cross-functional team. [9103]
    2. person or function who defines the key characteristics and recognizes the reasons for their selection. [IAQG-history]
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    Created: 11 Jul 2013
    Updated: 23 Nov 2016

    Measures associated with goals or targets showing how well an organization is achieving its objectives or critical success factors for a particular project. KPIs are used to objectively define a quantifiable and measurable indication of the organization's progress towards achieving its goals.

    NOTE: KPIs relating to an organization’s financial performance are not in the scope of the 9101 standard; however, economic measures (e.g., sales quotas, scrap value reduction) can be considered acceptable measures for process improvement. (9101)

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    Created: 07 Nov 2016
    Updated: 07 Nov 2016
    1. A part, material, or unit of product recognized as failing to fulfill requirement(s) related to an intended specified use. [9013]
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    Created: 11 Jul 2013
    Updated: 11 Jul 2013
    1. Japanese expression for a 'pull type' manufacturing control system which facilitates just-in-time. [IAQG-history]
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    "看板"
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    看板
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    Kan ban
    French:
    kanban
    German:
    kanban
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    kan ban
    Italian:
    kanban
    Japanese:
    カンバン
    Korean:
    Blank
    Portuguese:
    Kanban
    Russian:
    Снабжение "с колес"
    Spanish:
    kanban
    Turkish:
    tam zamanında üretim (kan-ban)
    Created: 11 Jul 2013
    Updated: 11 Jul 2013
    1. combination of data and information. If expert opinion, skills and experience are added, this will result in a valuable asset which can be used to aid decision making.
      NOTE 1: Knowledge may be explicit and/or tacit, individual and/or collective. (adapted from EN 13701:2001) [IAQG-history]
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    知识
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    知識
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    Kennis
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    connaissance
    German:
    Wissen/Kenntnisse
    Hebrew:
    ידע
    Indonesian:
    pengetahuan
    Italian:
    conoscenza
    Japanese:
    知識
    Korean:
    지식
    Portuguese:
    conhecimento
    Russian:
    знания
    Spanish:
    conocimiento
    Turkish:
    bilgi
    Created: 11 Jul 2013
    Updated: 11 Jul 2013
    1. The Key Characteristic Process Owner is the person or function who uses Key Characteristic data to maintain and improve the process. [9103]
    2. key characteristic process owner is the person or function who uses key characteristics data to maintain and improve the process. [IAQG-history]
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    Created: 11 Jul 2013
    Updated: 11 Jul 2013
    1. measures of the performance of selected processes. [IAQG-history]
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    关键过程指标
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    關鍵製程指標
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    Key Process Indicators
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    Indicateurs de processus clé
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    Schlüssel Prozess Indikator/ Schlüsselprozeßschauzeichen/ Indikatoren von Schlüsselvorgang
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    מדדי תהליך מפתח
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    indikator proses kunci
    Italian:
    indicatori chiave del processo
    Japanese:
    キープロセス指標
    Korean:
    핵심프로세스성과측정지표
    Portuguese:
    indicadores chave do processo
    Russian:
    Индикаторы ключевых процессов
    Spanish:
    indicadores clave del proceso
    Turkish:
    anahtar proses göstergeleri
    Created: 11 Jul 2013
    Updated: 11 Jul 2013
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