Bayesian Decision Theory and Statistical Quality Control

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Hamburg, Morris   (1962, ASQC)   University of Pennsylvania

Industrial Quality Control    Vol. 19    No. 6
QICID: 4671    December 1962    pp. 10-14
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Article Abstract

This article presents the basic elements of the Bayesian decision theory approach in terms of a hypothetical example in a quality control setting and summarizes some of the criticisms this theory makes of classical estimation and hypothesis testing procedures.

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