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Economic Reliability Group Acceptance Sampling Based on Truncated Life Tests Using Pareto Distribution of the Second Kind
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Economic Reliability Group Acceptance Sampling Based on Truncated Life Tests Using Pareto Distribution of the Second Kind
Aslam, Muhammad; Mughal, Abdur Razzaque; Hanif, Muhammad; Ahmad, Munir;
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 Abstract
Economic Reliability test plans(ERTP) are proposed considering that the life time of the submitted items follow the Pareto distribution of the second kind. For various specified acceptance number, sample size and producer`s risk, a minimum test termination time is obtained. A comparison of proposed plan has been made with the existing plan developed by Aslam et al. (2010). The results are explained by tables and example.
 Keywords
Grouped data;reliability test plan;minimum sample size;truncated life test;Pareto distribution of the second kind;
 Language
English
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