An Economic Attributes Acceptance Sampling Plan With Three Decision Criteria

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Riew, Moon Charn; Bai, Do Sun   (1984, ASQC)   Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Journal of Quality Technology    Vol. 16    No. 3
QICID: 5477    July 1984    pp. 136-143
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Article Abstract

An economic acceptance sampling plan by attributes is developed for situations where sampling inspection is expensive and/or destructive. It is assumed that the sampling inspection is error free, but that screening inspection of rejected lots is subject to error. Three decision criteria are considered: acceptance, screening, or scrapping. A linear cost model is given and methods for finding optimal sampling plans are presented for both a beta binomial prior and a double binomial prior. Comparisons are made with plans using only two decisions.

Keywords

Sampling plans,Screening,Sampling,Attribute sampling plans,Economic design


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