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Validating the Inspection Results Specification of the Quality Information Framework (QIF)

Published

Author(s)

Fiona Zhao, William G. Rippey

Abstract

The Quality Information Framework (QIF) is a new standards effort to define standard information interfaces in dimensional inspection. Validating a specification means ensuring that the specification can express all of the data needed by consumers of QIF files. Our talk will cover the goals, scope and benefits of QIF, the purpose and methods of validating the inspection results portion of this technical specification (i.e., Quality Measurement Results (QMR)) , and status of the QIF standards development.
Proceedings Title
Metromeet 2011
Conference Dates
March 31-April 1, 2011
Conference Location
Bilbao, -1
Conference Title
Metromeet 2011 - 7th International Conference on Industrial Dimensional Metrology

Keywords

quality information framework, quality measurement results, dimensional metrology, manufacturing metrology
Created April 1, 2011, Updated February 19, 2017