The economic effects of inspector error on attribute sampling plans
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The effects of inspector error on a cost-based quality control system are investigated. The system examined is of a single sampling plan design involving several cost components. Both type I and type II inspector errors are considered. The model employs a process distribution, thus assuming that a stochastic process of some kind governs the quality of incoming lots. Optimal plan design is investigated under both error-free and error-prone inspection procedures, and some comparisons are made.
Naval Research Logistics Quarterly
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Bennett, G. K., Case, K. E., & Schmidt, J. W.
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Bennett, G Kemble||Case, Kenneth E||Schmidt, JW