## A Bayesian approach to sequential sampling |

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### Contents

Chapter Page | ii |

Introduction 1 | |

Background and Related Literature 9 | |

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100 per cent Abraham Wald accept or reject acceptance and rejection acceptance sampling application average outgoing quality Baves Theorem Bayesian Approach Bayesian Sequential Sampling Bell Telephone Laboratories CALCULATE cent inspection classical conditional cost conditional expected terminal Conditional Opportunity Losses control chart cost of acceptance cost of sampling decision theory defective item defective units distribution of fraction Double Sampling due to sampling ELR's entire lot expected loss due expected probability expected sample Expected Terminal Loss expected value criterion given sampling plan graph incurred industrial input Inspec Jack Allen Klasky Loss of Rejection lot is rejected LTFD number of defects OC curve P(wrong possible probability of acceptance process average production reject the lot rejected lots rejection number Romig sample item Sample Problem sample sampling plan Shewhart shown in Figure single sample sampling Single Sampling Techniques statistical quality control submitted lots Terminal Loss n,c true fraction defective vendor wrong decision zero defective