Krajewski SN Supplement I - Supplement I Acceptance...

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Supplement I Acceptance Sampling Plans A. Acceptance Sampling Plan Decisions 1. Definition and purpose 2. Impact of TQM 3. Basic procedure 4. Key terms a. Producer b. Consumer c. Sampling plan 5. Quality and risk decisions a. Acceptable quality level (AQL ) b. Producer’s risk ( α ) c. Lot tolerance proportion defective (LTPD ) d. Consumer’s risk ( β ) 6. Sampling plans a. Single-sampling plans (for attributes) Specified by sample size, n , and acceptable number of defectives, c , found in that sample. Single-sampling procedure for determining whether to accept a lot: SN:I-1
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SN:I-2 Supplement I: Acceptance Sampling Plans The risks b. Double-sampling plan Specified by two sample sizes, ( n 1 and n 2 ), and two acceptance numbers ( c 1 and c 2 ). Procedure for determining whether to accept a lot: If the sample passes the test (defects < c 1 ), then If the sample fails (defects > c 2 ), then If c 1 < defects < c 2 , then c. Sequential-sampling plan Results of random samples, tested one-by-one, are compared to sequential-
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2009 for the course MANAGEMENT 00123 taught by Professor Ahmed during the Spring '09 term at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.

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Krajewski SN Supplement I - Supplement I Acceptance...

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