Reviews of Standards and Specifications: Small Acceptance Number Plans for Use in Military Standard 105D

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Liebesman, B.S.; Hawley, F.C.; Wadsworth, Harrison M. (edited by)   (1984, ASQC)   Bell Communications Research

Journal of Quality Technology    Vol. 16    No. 4
QICID: 5493    October 1984    pp. 219-231
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Article Abstract

MIL-STD-105D has the following major deficiency for small acceptance number sampling plans. There is a gap in the logical sequence of plans because 105D does not have a provision for fractional acceptance numbers. A solution to this problem is developed using chain sampling procedures. The solution results in an estimated 25 percent improvement in the quality of product shipped in one case, and a 40 percent reduction in sample size for approximately the same quality of product shipped in a second case.

Keywords

Standards and specifications,Attribute sampling plans,Sampling plans


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