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Vivek Madan

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  1. Vivek Madan

    Zero Defects

    First up, let me thank VK for putting up such an interesting & thought provoking Question. I must say that the variation was very high and E was the rightly chosen most number of times (also with other options as well) Arunesh continues to amaze me with his narration and rightly pointed out that Zero defect is a philosophy and way of life. R Rajesh went on to explain all the options and stuck his neck out to include the best and the worst as well. I also liked Karthik's explanation giving the advantages and disadvantages of Zero defect adding another dimension to the definition. So overall a lot of good answers and R Rajesh get my vote due to his choice & effort in providing his answer. Congratulations & all the best team !
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    Rational Subgrouping

    It was nice to see that most people understood the importance of rational subgroups and are actively using it in their projects. R Rajesh gave a very good example to identify the right subgroup but the best answer goes to Venugopal for providing detailed definition and scenarios thus winning my vote !
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    Process Stability, Process Capability

    Most people got this right. In summary stability is seen over a period of time and capability is calculated at a point in time. In our quest to create the excellence glossary, I am biased towards someone who gives a concise and well written answer covering all aspects. In this case, I will choose Arunesh's answer as the best highlighting key points & important definitions
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    Continuous Data, Attribute Data

    Thanks to all participants for making this a rich discussion. Almost all of you spelled out the correct definition of Continuous and Attribute data and provided good examples. Also some of you pinpointed the area of confusion when the metric is a mix of continuous and discrete data e.g. percentages , practical usage of data, large amounts of discrete data being used as continuous , measurement gauge used etc.Kavitha Sundar provided a comprehensive explanation to data types with examples and inference. Congratulations Kavitha and thanks everyone for the your inputs.