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Selection Of Mixed Sampling Plan With CSP-1 (C=2) Plan As Attribute Plan Indexed Through MAPD AND MAAOQ
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Author(s)
R. Sampath Kumar, S. Sumithra and R. Radhakrishnan
KEYWORDS
Maximum allow able percent defective, maximumallow able average outgoing quality, Operating characteristic. AMS(2000) Subject classification Number: Primary: 62P30, Secondary: 62D05.
ABSTRACT
In this paper a procedure for the construction and selection of the independent mixed sampling plan using MAPD and MAAOQ as quality standards with Continuous Sampling plan of the type CSP-1 (c=2) as attribute plan is presented. Tables are constructed for the selection of parameters of the plan when MAPD and MAAOQ are given. Practical applications of the sampling plan are also discussed with suitable example.
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