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### c=0

1. An acceptance sampling plan that requires rejection of the lot, batch, or grouping if the sample contains one or more nonconformances.
NOTE: The variable "C" stands for the number of nonconformances in a sample that allows acceptance of the lot. [9138]
 Chinese:c=0 （建议取消） Chinese Taiwan:允收數C=0 Dutch:c=0 French:Plan d'échantillonnage à tolérance zéro. German:Akzeptanzkriterium = 0 Fehler Hebrew:תוכנית דגימה C=0 Indonesian:no translation provided Italian:c=0 Japanese :C＝0（欠点数0） Korean:no translation provided Portuguese:c = 0 Russian:Нулевой уровень дефектности Spanish:c=0 Turkish:c=0
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 08 Oct 2018

### capability

1. Ability of an organization, system, or process to produce a product that will fulfill the associated design characteristics defined for that product. [9102]
2.  The natural limits of a process.    Typically, the range of six standard deviations of the values in a process having no changes in its mean or any other characteristic of its distribution; the inherent variation in a stable process.       More precisely, a metric that characterizes the output of a stable process following a statistical distribution. [9138]

NOTE:  For purposes of establishing a natural variation limit, the distribution is of a continuous variable.

a. An analysis of a process that compares the output process with some criteria for conformity.

view equation   (Eq. 5)

view equation   (Eq. 6)

NOTE 1:  Continuous variables analyses compare a model distribution with specifications.
NOTE 2: Cp and Cpk translations to a probability of conformance commonly depend on a normal distribution. The appropriateness of the normal distribution is to be verified.

b. For the case of attribute data, it is usually defined as the average proportion or rate of defects or defectives (e.g., centerline of an attribute control chart).

NOTE:  The Bayesian estimator for the defect rate when no defects are observed in the current sample and the prior distribution adds no information is Equation 7.

view equation   (Eq. 7)

where:

Pr(d)     =  the probability of a defect (the defect rate)

n           =  the number of representative observations of the process, no defects observed
(see “Probability and Statistics for Engineers” by R.L. Scheaffer and J.T. McClave)

 Chinese:能力 Chinese Taiwan:能力 Dutch:capability French:capabilité German:Fähigkeit/Fertigkeit Hebrew:כושר Indonesian:Kemampuan Italian:capacità Japanese :能力、実現能力 Korean:능력 Portuguese:Capacidade do Processo Russian:воспроизводимость Spanish:índice de capacidad Turkish:Kabiliyet
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 08 Oct 2018

### Central Office

The organization location/activity that controls the ‘common’ quality management system for the organization under a single AQMS standard certificate (9104/1)

 Chinese:中央办公厅 Chinese Taiwan:中央辦公室 Dutch:Hoofdkantoor French:Bureau Central German:die Zentrale Hebrew:משרד מרכזי Indonesian:Kantor Pusat Italian:Ufficio centrale Japanese :中央事務所 Korean:본사 Portuguese:Estritório Central Russian:Центральный офис Spanish:Oficinas centrales Turkish:merkez ofis
Created: 16 Nov 2016
Updated: 02 Oct 2018

### certificate of conformity

1. Documented information that attests to product conformity; conformance to defined process, design, and specification requirements. [9120]
 Chinese:合格证 Chinese Taiwan:合格證書 Dutch:certificaat van conformiteit French:certificat de conformité German:Konformitätsbescheinigung Hebrew:תעודת התאמה Indonesian:Sertifikat Kesesuaian Italian:certificato di conformità Japanese :適合証明書 Korean:적합증명서 Portuguese:Certificado de Conformidade Russian:сертификат соответствия Spanish:certificado de conformidad Turkish:Uygunluk Belgesi
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 08 Oct 2018

### Certification Authority

1. An authority that administers a certification system for qualification of standard products (e.g., ASD-CERT, SAE-PRI); acknowledged by the aviation, space, and defense industry Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and associated regulatory agencies [i.e., Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), or similar]. (9133A)

 Chinese: Chinese Taiwan:認證機構 Dutch: French:autorité de certification German: Hebrew: Indonesian:Otoritas Sertifikasi Italian:Autorità di certificazione Japanese :no translation available Korean:인증 기관 Portuguese:Autoridade de Certificação Russian:орган по сертфикации Spanish:Autoridad certificadora Turkish:Sertifikasyon Otoritesi
Created: 03 Jun 2016
Updated: 30 Apr 2019

### certification body (CB)

1. A body that performs audit and certification services, and is subject to accreditation with respect to AQMS standards and any supplementary documentation required under the ICOP scheme. (9104/1)
2. A body that audits and certifies/registers the conformity of the quality management system of organizations with respect to published AQMS standards and any supplementary documentation required under the system. Also referred to as Certification/Registration Body (CRB). [9104/2][9104/3]
 Chinese:认证机构 Chinese Taiwan:Translatioin not provided Dutch:certificatie-instelling French:organisme de certification German:Zertifizierungsstelle Hebrew:תעודת התאמה Indonesian:Badan Sertifikasi Italian:organismo di certificazione Japanese :認証機関 Korean:인증기관 Portuguese:Organismo de Certificação Russian:Орган по сертификации Spanish:entidad certificadora Turkish:Belgelendirme Kuruluşu
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 08 Oct 2018

### certification body management committee (CBMC)

1. An organization within an SMS that functions on a national level (e.g., Italy, France, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, Austria) responsible for 9104-series standards conformance in their respective countries. They perform the same functions as the SMS, under control of the SMS within their sector. [9104/1] [9104/2]
 Chinese:认证机构管理委员会 Chinese Taiwan:驗證機構管理委員會 Dutch:Management van de Certificatie instelling French:commité de management des organisme de certification German:Verwaltungsausschuß der Zertifizierungsstelle Hebrew:הועדה לניהול גופי התעדה Indonesian:Komite Pengelola Badan Sertifikasi Italian:comitato di gestione degli organismi di certificazione Japanese :審査機関管理委員会 Korean:인증기관관리위원회 Portuguese:comitê de gestão de organismos de certificação Russian:комитет, управляющий сертификационными органами Spanish:comité de gestión de las entidades de certificación Turkish:sertifikasyon kurumları yönetim komitesi
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 28 Aug 2018

### Certification Structure

A term utilized to describe how the certification activities of an aviation, space, and defense organization will be structured and managed by the contracted CB. The defined structure will assist CBs with the development of a robust and conforming audit program, and provide industry with visibility of the structure within the OASIS database. These structures are defined below; further description is provided in Appendix B. (9104/1)

a. Single Site – An organization having one location. The organization may be operating under one large building or several buildings at that location. The organization may have one or multiple products or product families flowing though one or multiple processes.
b. Multiple Site – An organization having an identified central function (the central office, but not necessarily the headquarters of the organization) at which certain activities are planned, controlled, or managed and a network of sites at which such activities are fully or partially carried out. With the exception of the central office the processes within each of the sites are substantially the same and are operated to the same methods and procedures (see IAF MD 1, “Multi-site Organization” definition and eligibility requirements).
c. Campus – An organization having an identified central function (the central office, but not necessarily the headquarters of the organization) at which certain activities are planned, controlled, or managed; and that has a decentralized, sequential, linked product realization process. For the purposes of this standard, it is referred to as a value stream where the outputs from one site are an input to another site, which ultimately results in the final product or service.
d. Several Sites – An organization having an identified central function (the central office, but not necessarily the headquarters of the organization) at which certain activities are planned, controlled, or managed and a network of sites, that do not meet the criteria for either a multiple site or a campus organization.
e. Complex – An organization having an identified central function (the central office, but not necessarily the headquarters of the organization) at which certain activities are planned, controlled, or managed and a network of locations that are any combination of multiple site, campus, several sites, or more than one campus.

 Chinese:认证结构 Chinese Taiwan:認證結構 Dutch:Certificatiestructuur French:Structure de certification German:die Zertifizierungsstruktur Hebrew:מבנה מערכת ההתעדה Indonesian:Struktur Sertifikasi Italian:Struttura di certificazione Japanese :認証構造 Korean:인증 구조 Portuguese:Estrutura de Certificação Russian:Структура сертификации Spanish:Estructura de la certificación Turkish:sertifikasyon yapısı
Created: 16 Nov 2016
Updated: 02 Oct 2018

### certified person

Person qualified and authorized to carry out specific tasks (e.g., type rated licensed maintenance person, nondestructive testing certified person). (9110)

 Chinese:认证人员 Chinese Taiwan:受證人員 Dutch:gecertificeerd persoon French:Personne certifiée German:zertifizierte Person Hebrew:אדם מוסמך Indonesian:Personil yang memiliki keahlian dan bersertifikat Italian:Persona certificata Japanese :能力を認められた人 Korean:승인된 인원 Portuguese:Pessoal certificado Russian:Уполномоченный сотрудник Spanish:Persona certificada Turkish:yetkilendirilmiş personel
Created: 14 Nov 2016
Updated: 02 Oct 2018

### certifying staff

1. Person authorized by the maintenance organization to sign the release certificate for an article or product after maintenance. [9110]
 Chinese:认证人员 Chinese Taiwan:簽放人員 Dutch:Certificerend personeel French:personnel de certification German:Freigabeberechtigtes Personal Hebrew:צוות התעדה Indonesian:staf yang mensertifikasi Italian:personale autorizzato a certificare Japanese :認証スタッフ Korean:인증된 인원 Portuguese:pessoal de certificação Russian:сертификационная служба Spanish:personal certificador Turkish:onay veren personel
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 15 Feb 2018

### change evaluator

1. The person authorized on behalf of the design authority to assess the potential impact of the change(s), evaluates changes for the potential impact on the fit, form, or functionality of the part, system, or assembly and failure to meet the customer requirements. The change evaluator could also be the customer or the producer of the end item and/or the design authority. [9116]
 Chinese:更改评估员 Chinese Taiwan:變更評估者 Dutch:wijzigingsbeoordelaar French:évaluateur de changement German:Musterprüfer Hebrew:בוחן שינויים Indonesian:Orang yang mengevaluasi perubahan Italian:valutatore delle modifiche Japanese :変更評価者 Korean:변경평가자 Portuguese:Avaliador de Mudança Russian:инженер-конструктор по оценке конструктивных изменений Spanish:evaluador/asesor de cambios Turkish:Değişiklikleri Değerlendiren
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 08 Oct 2018

### classification of nonconformity

1. (As it relates to nonconforming product) the determination of whether a nonconformity has an appreciable effect upon regulatory requirements of an article after the final disposition is implemented; nonconformity classifications include the following:

• critical: a nonconformity affecting safety, health or environmental conditions (defense program terminology)
• major: a condition that can result in the failure or reduce the usability of the product or service and its intended purpose [9101 IAQG definition]. As specifically related to nonconforming outputs: a nonconformity that has an appreciable effect on weight, balance, structural strength, reliability, operational characteristics, or other characteristics affecting article airworthiness or other regulatory requirements
• minor: a single system failure or lapse in conformity to meet a 9100-series standard requirement, customer QMS requirement, or documented information defined by the organization [9101 IAQG definition]. As specifically related to nonconforming outputs: a nonconformity not categorized as critical or major [SCMH 3.3]

 Chinese: Chinese Taiwan: Dutch: French: German: Hebrew: Indonesian: Italian: Japanese : Korean: Portuguese: Russian: Spanish: Turkish:
Created: 03 Apr 2019
Updated: 03 Apr 2019

### clean-as-you-go

1. Practice of cleaning the immediate work area of the product at appropriate intervals to eliminate the accumulation or migration of Foreign Objects (FOs) that may potentially become entrapped within the product [i.e., Foreign Object Debris (FOd)] or cause damage (i.e., FOD). [9146]

 Chinese:日常清理 Chinese Taiwan:當你離開時就恢復乾淨 Dutch:translation not provided French:nettoyer avant de partir German: Hebrew: Indonesian:Bersih saat Anda pergi Italian:Pulire prima di procedere ("Clean as you go") Japanese :clean-as-you-go Korean:정리정돈 Portuguese:Limpeza imediata Russian:Своевременная уборка по окончанию работы Spanish:Limpiar según se avanza Turkish:Çalıştığın Alanı Temiz Bırak
Created: 01 Nov 2017
Updated: 05 Nov 2018

### combinations

1. The number of distinct groupings of m distinct objects taken "i" at a time, where order of selection is immaterial (e.g., 123, 321, 213) where:

view equation  (eq. 8)

where:

m! = view equation

 Chinese:组合数 Chinese Taiwan:組合 Dutch:combinaties French:combinaison German:Kombinationen Hebrew:צרופים Indonesian:Kombinasi Italian:combinazioni Japanese :組合せ Korean:조합 Portuguese:Combinações Russian:комбинации Spanish:combinaciones Turkish:Kombinasyon
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 08 Oct 2018

### Combined Audit

An audit of an organization’s management system(s) against two or more AQMS standards conducted at the same time. (9104/1)

 Chinese:合并审计 Chinese Taiwan:結合稽核 Dutch:Gecombineerde audit French:Audit combiné German:kombiniertes Audit Hebrew:מבדק משולב Indonesian:Audit gabungan Italian:Audit combinato Japanese :複合審査 Korean:통합 심사 Portuguese:Auditoria Combinada Russian:Совмещенный аудит Spanish:Auditoría combinada/conjunta Turkish:birleştirilmiş denetleme
Created: 16 Nov 2016
Updated: 02 Oct 2018

### commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) items

1. Commercially available items intended by design to be procured and utilized without modification (e.g., common electronic components). [9102]
2. Commercially available applications sold by vendors through public catalog listings. [9005]
3. Commercially available applications, defined by industry recognized specifications and standards, sold through public catalog listings. [9145]
 Chinese:商用货架产品 Chinese Taiwan:商用現貨 Dutch:standaard catalogus deel French:outil du marché / outil du commerce /solutions ou applications logicielles German:Katalogprodukt Hebrew:אפליקציית (יישום) מדף מסחרית Indonesian:Tersedia secara luas di pasaran Italian:componente commerciale Japanese :COTS／商用オフザシェルフ／民生品 Korean:상용제품 Portuguese:Comercialmente disponível Russian:программное обеспечение каталогизированного стандартного изделия Spanish:artículo disponible comercialmente al público Turkish:RAHAT (Rafta Hazır Ticari Ürün)
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Oct 2018

### commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) software

1. Commercially available applications sold by vendors through public catalog listings. COTS software is not intended to be customized or enhanced. Contract-negotiated software developed for a specific application is not COTS software [RTCA/DO-178, EUROCAE ED-12]. NOTE: COTS software is a type of non-developmental software. [9115]
 Chinese:商用货架软件 Chinese Taiwan:商用現貨軟體 Dutch:standaard catalogus software French:logiciel standard commercialisé / sur étagère German:Katalogsoftware Hebrew:תוכנת מדף מסחרית Indonesian:Perangkat lunak yang tersedia secara luas di pasaran Italian:software commerciale Japanese :COTSソフトウェア Korean:상용 소프트웨어 Portuguese:Software Comercialmente disponível Russian:программное обеспечение каталогизированного стандартного изделия Spanish:software disponible comercialmente al público Turkish:Rafta Hazır Ticari Yazılım
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 08 Oct 2018

### compensatory estate tax

1. Annual tax; amounts to 0.17% of taxable assets. [Procedure 106.7]

 Chinese: Chinese Taiwan:補償性房產稅 Dutch: French:taxe immobilière compensatoire German: Hebrew: Indonesian:Pajak Harta Kompensasi Italian:Imposta patrimoniale compensativa Japanese :no translation available Korean:보상 재산세 Portuguese:Imposto sobre a propriedade compensatória Russian:возмещенный налог на недвижимость Spanish:Tasa / Impuesto compensatorio Turkish:Telafi Edici İntikal Vergisi
Created: 06 Apr 2018
Updated: 30 Apr 2019

### competent authority

1. The aviation authority (civil or military) having jurisdiction over the type certificate holder, manufacturer, aircraft owner/operator, maintenance, or continuing airworthiness management organization. [9110]
 Chinese:主管当局 Chinese Taiwan:主管當局 Dutch:Bevoegde autoriteit French:Personne certifiée German:zuständige Behörde Hebrew:רשות מוסמכת Indonesian:Otoritas yang berwenang Italian:Autorità competente Japanese :権限のある当局 Korean:적걱성 인가 Portuguese:Autoridade aeronáutica ANAC (Agência Brasileira de Aviação Civil) & CTA (Centro Técnico Aerospacial - Defesa) Russian:Авиационные власти Spanish:Autoridad competente Turkish:yetkili otorite
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 02 Oct 2018

### Complaint

1. Expression of dissatisfaction, other than appeal, by any person or organization to a conformity assessment body or AB, relating to the activities of that body, where a response is expected (see ISO/IEC 17000 and Section 9 of this standard). A complaint can be lodged against any entity within the ICOP scheme. [9104/2]

 Chinese:投诉 Chinese Taiwan:抱怨 Dutch:Klacht French:Plainte German:Beschwerde Hebrew:תלונה Indonesian:keluhan Italian:Reclamo Japanese :苦情 Korean:불만 Portuguese:Reclamação Russian:Жалоба Spanish:Queja Turkish:şikayet
Created: 23 Nov 2016
Updated: 02 Oct 2018
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