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GRRGrand Rapids (Amtrak station code; Grand Rapids, MI)
GRRGreat River Race (Thames River; UK)
GRRGrammar Rule Reference
GRRGuaranteed Rental Return
GRRGauge Repeatability and Reproducibility (measurement consistency)
GRRGerman Road Race
GRRGeorgetown Railroad
GRRGeneral Reevaluation Report
GRRGrand Rapids Rampage
GRRGiant Resource Recovery (recycling)
GRRGroup Risk Report (various companies)
GRRGrand River Railway (Ontario, Canada)
GRRGenotype Relative Risk
GRRGreek Research Reactor
GRRGPRS Radio Resource
GRRGold Ribbon Rescue, Inc.
GRRGrowth Rate of Return
GRRGround Radio Receiver
GRRGrant Revision Request
GRRGoods Return Request
GRRGSM Radio Resource
GRRGraphic Range Recorder
GRRGrand Rapids, MI, USA - Gerald R Ford International Airport (Airport Code)
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Gauge repeatability and reproducibility (GRR) study is a representative measurement system analysis (MSA) tool [1].
ANOVA Gauge Repeatability and Reproducibility Study
Pan, "Determination of the optimal allocation of parameters for gauge repeatability and reproducibility study," International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management, vol.
Gauge repeatability and reproducibility (GR&R) studies are usually adopted for determining the capability of the measurement systems.
Gauge repeatability and reproducibility studies are widely used in practice.
Using all the data points on the waveform leads to increased accuracy and better gauge repeatability and reproducibility than competitive leak test systems that rely solely on the initial and final pressure levels, according to the company.
QCM routines include Pareto and process capability analyses, variable and attribute control charts, time-weighted charts, multivariate charts, and gauge repeatability and reproducibility (gauge R&R).
Lively of Indianapolis Coke in his presentation on gauge repeatability and reproducibility.