## New Criteria for Selecting Continuous Sampling PlansApplied Mathematics and Statistics Laboratories, Stanford University, 1961 - Quality control - 122 pages |

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### Contents

Need for Measure of Effectiveness Against | 4 |

Definition of New Measure of Effectiveness | 7 |

Use of Prediction Limits as a Supplement | 10 |

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