One Plan Suspension System with Bayesian Multiple Deferred State Sampling Plan
Keywords:Suspension system, sampling plan, stopping rule, Average probability of acceptance, Operating Ratio.
Acceptance sampling plans are practical tools for quality assurance applications involving product quality control. Acceptance sampling systems are advocated when small sample size are necessary or desirable towards costlier testing for product quality. When single plan is used with suspension rule, the system is called One-Plan (OP) Suspension System. In OP suspension system, a lot-by-lot sampling plan is used to decide whether individual lots are accepted or rejected.
This paper provides a new procedure for Designing of One Plan Suspension System with Bayesian Multiple Deferred State (0,2) Sampling Plan as reference plan. Tables and procedures are also provided for the selection of parameter for the plan. Numerical illustrations are also provided for the shop- floor applications of these procedures.
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