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Improved Group Acceptance Sampling Plan for Dagum Distribution under Percentiles Lifetime
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 Title & Authors
Improved Group Acceptance Sampling Plan for Dagum Distribution under Percentiles Lifetime
Aslam, Muhammad; Shoaib, Muhammad; Khan, Hina;
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 Abstract
This paper deals with a group acceptance sampling plan for time truncated tests which are based on the total number of failures from the whole group assuming that the life time of an item follows the Dagum (inverse Burr) distribution. This study is developed when a multiple number of items as a group can be tested simultaneously in a tester. The minimum number of groups required for a given group size and acceptance number is determined such that the producer and consumer risks are satisfied simultaneously at the specified quality level, while the termination time and the number of testers are specified. Comparisons are made between the proposed plan and the existing plan on the basis of size of the groups. Two real examples are provided.
 Keywords
Group acceptance sampling plan;Dagum distribution;consumer risk;producer risk;truncated life test;
 Language
English
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