Rectifying Inspection for Nonconforming Items and the Hald Linear Cost Model

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Guenther, William C.   (1985, ASQC)   University of Wyoming

Journal of Quality Technology    Vol. 17    No. 2
QICID: 5503    April 1985    pp. 81-85
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Article Abstract

The Hald linear cost model is discussed with and without a beta prior for the distribution of the fraction of nonconforming items in a lot. For both situations, average outgoing quality limit plans, limiting quality level (lot tolerance percent defective) plans, and outgoing quality plans are considered. When a prior is used in the model, Bayesian plans are also considered. Under any of these conditions, it is shown how the desired sampling plan can be easily found with a computer.

Keywords

Sampling,Sampling plans,Bayesian methods,Linear models


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