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RTY - Rolled throughput yield

Typically used in six sigma, it's the likelihood or probability, in a percentage, that any given unit can go through an entire process or procedure without receiving any defects. i.e. Defect free processes.

Defects vs Rolled Throughput Yield
For reference to chart above, see What Are The Original Six Sigma Concepts And Theories and the 1.5 shift? and Using Defects Per Unit To Benchmark Different Products

Also see DFSS, (design for six sigma), Waste-Free Industrialized System, and Design Margin - Statistical Tolerance.

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