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Contents

1 Introduction

1.1 Acceptance Sampling in Industry and Commerce
1.2 Who Should Understand Acceptance Sampling?
1.3 What Are Sampling Plans?
1.4 Terminology
1.5 What determines a sampling plan?
1.6 Problems

2 Single-Stage Inspection Plans for Attributes

2.1 Computing Acceptance Probabilities
2.2 The Operating Characteristic (OC) Curve
2.3 Designing a Sampling Plan
2.4 ANSI/ASQC Z1.4 (Military Standard 105-E) Tables
2.5 Accept-On-Zero (AOZ) Plans
2.6 Single-Stage Plans for Multiple Defects-per-Unit
2.7 Sampling Plans for Specified Producer and Consumer Risks
2.8 Problems

3 Double-Stage Inspection Plans for Attributes

3.1 Double-Stage Sampling Procedure
3.2 Why Use Double-Stage Plans?
3.3 Probability of Acceptance and OC Curves
3.4 Expected Amount of Inspection
3.5 ANSI/ASQC Z1.4 Tables (Mil-Std105E)
3.6 Problems

4 Rectifying Sampling Plans

4.1 Single-Stage Rectifying Plans
4.2 Double-Stage Rectifying Plans 4.3 Problems

5 Inspection Plans for Variables

5.1 Example: Organic Milk Distribution
5.2 Specification Limits
5.3 Procedure
5.4 The Normality Assumption
5.5 Known vs. Unknown Process Standard Deviation
5.6 k-Method: Distance of Sample Mean from Specification Limit
5.7 M-Method: Limit on Proportion of Non-Conforming Items
5.8 ANSI/ASQC Z1.9 Tables (Military Standard 414)
5.9 Sampling Plans for Specified Producer and Consumer Risks
5.10 Problems

6 Continuous Sampling

6.1 Continuous Sampling Plan 1 (CSP-1)
6.2 Continuous Sampling Plan 2 (CSP-2) 
6.3 Mil-Std-1235 Tables
6.4 Online Plans
6.5 Skip-Lot Sampling Plans
6.6 Problems

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Boaz Shmueli,
Aug 2, 2012, 2:44 PM