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Acceptance Sampling Plans in the Rayleigh Model
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 Title & Authors
Acceptance Sampling Plans in the Rayleigh Model
Baklizi Ayman; El-Masri Abedel-Qader; AL-Nasser Amjad;
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 Abstract
Assume that the life times of the units under test follow the Rayleigh distribution and the test is terminated at a pre assigned time. Acceptance sampling plans are developed for this situation. The minimum sample size necessary to ensure the specified average life are obtained and the operating characteristic values of the sampling plans and producer`s risk are given. An example is given to illustrate the methodology.
 Keywords
Acceptance sampling;Censored data;operating characteristic curve;Producer`s risk;Rayleigh distribution;
 Language
English
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