By Neil J. Salkind

ISBN-10: 1412916119

ISBN-13: 9781412916110

The Encyclopedia of dimension and statistics provides state of the art info and ready-to-use evidence from the fields of size and records in an unintimidating variety. the guidelines and instruments contained in those pages are approachable and will be beneficial for figuring out our very technical international and the expanding circulate of knowledge. even though there are references that hide records and evaluate intensive, none offers as complete a source in as centred and obtainable a way because the 3 volumes of this Encyclopedia. via nearly 500 contributions, specialists offer an summary and an evidence of the foremost themes in those parts.

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Usually this additional survey effort is allocated to the strata with the highest variances. Information on the strata gained during the survey is used to adapt the final allocation of survey effort. —Jennifer Ann Brown ADAPTIVE SAMPLING DESIGN In adaptive sampling, information gained during the sampling process is used to modify, or adapt, how the subsequent sample units are selected. Traditionally, the selection procedure is defined prior to sampling. For example, a sample scheme may be to select n units at random from the population, as in simple random sampling.

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These parameters are chosen on the basis of acceptable levels of the producer’s (α) and consumer’s (β) risks and values of AQL and LQL. Standardized procedures exist whereby, on the basis of on chosen levels of the above-mentioned parameters, the values of n and c may be determined. Suppose, for example, the batch size (N) for a product is 2,000. On the basis of a producer’s risk (α) of 5%, AQL of 2%, a consumer’s risk (β) of 10%, and an LQL of 8%, the sample size (n) and acceptance number (c) are determined to be, say, 50 and 3, respectively, for the single sampling acceptance plan.

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