Authors  David H. Baillie, Chris A.J. Klaassen  Title  Creditbased acceptzero sampling schemes for the control of outgoing quality 
Publisher  s.n. 
Year  2000 
Faculty  UvA 
Institute/dept.  UvA: Universiteitsbibliotheek 
Keywords  Credit, Acceptance Sampling on Attributes, Acceptance Sampling on Variables 
Abstract  A general procedure is presented for switching between acceptzero attributes or variables sampling plans to provide acceptance sampling schemes with a specified limit on the (suitably defined) average outgoing quality (AOQ). The switching procedure is based on credit, defined as the total number of items accepted since the last rejection. The limit on the AOQ is maintained by mandatory 100 % inspection of lots that are rejected when the credit is zero, with acceptance of all inspected items found to be conforming in such lots. The general procedure is developed and the application of the procedure to three situations is considered. Denoting the smallest value in a sample by $X_{(1)}$, a single, lower specification limit by $L$ and a constant by $c$, the method is applied to:  sampling by attributes, with acceptance criterion $X_{(1)}\geq L;$  sampling by variables from a normal distribution with unknown process mean $\mu$ and known process standard deviation $\sigma$, with acceptance criterion $X_{(1)}\geq L+c\sigma;$  sampling by variables from a normal distribution with unknown process mean $\mu$ and unknown process standard deviation $\sigma$, with acceptance criterion $X_{(1)}\geq L+cs$, where $s$ is the sample standard deviation. Finally it is shown that the guarantee on the upper limit to the AOQ remains valid when all rejected lots are submitted to 100 % inspection.SR4640821419191919Zero Information in the TwoSample Mixed Proportional Hazards Modeluva/uba/fnwi/kvi114547Klaassen;;Chris A.J.;;Lenstra;;Andries J.;;The mixed proportional hazards model generalizes the Cox model by incorporating a random effect. In the case of two samples, it is chiefly determined by a triple consisting of a number representing the treatment effect, the integrated baseline hazard, and the distribution of the unobserved random effect. If the latter has expectation 1, then this triple is known to be identifiable, and the treatment effect is known to have a consistent estimator. We prove that estimators, however, cannot be uniformly square root n consistent, neither in a local nor in a global sense.SR4650320519981998Was verlangt kulturelle Gerechtigkeit? ethnozentrischen Nationalismus, abstrakten Kosmopolitismus oder legitimen Patriotismus?uva/uba/fmg/aissrMünsterWestfälisches Dampfboot3896914413Angeworben  eingewandert  abgeschoben: ein anderer Blick auf die Einwanderungsgesellschaft Bundesrepublik Deutschland1200251000114;1;01;25002100;25011200;;01;01;01101976Dominik;;K.;4660320519971997The arts of forecasting and policy making20153172uva/uba/fmg/aissrBasingstokeMacmillan0333712439Citizenship and exclusion1199341000114;1;01;25002100;25011200;;01;01;01101976Bader;;V.M. prof. dr.;4670320519931993Viel Geltung und immer weniger Faktizität: Zur Kritik von Jürgen Habermas' diskurstheoretischer Rechts und Demokratietheorie295078uva/uba/fmg/aissrHamburgVSAVerlag3879756449Produktion  Klassentheorie: Festschrift für Sebastian Herkommer1199171000114;1;01;25002100;25011200;;01;01;01101976Ganssmann;;H.;Krüger;;S.;4680120519801980Drug attitudes and discrimination between drugs among a group of English schoolchildren29774755762uva/uba/fmg/psychOriginally published by Elsevier http://authors.elsevier.com/JournalDetail.html?PubID=506052&Precis=DESC127122Eiser;;J.R.;;Gossop;;M.;;1002239;1;01;94003500;;;01;01;011219864690120519791979Categorization, attitudes and memory for the source of attitude statements0017319243251uva/uba/fmg/psych127123Eiser;;J.R.;;1002239;1;01;94003500;;;01;01;01121986Gossop;;M.;;4700120520012001Winds of change: corporate strategy, climate change and oil multinationals262500195501509uva/uba/feb/abs8891001535;2;02;93001020;;;04;01;01031992Levy;;D.L.;;Behind pessimistic expectations regarding the future of an international climate treaty, substantial changes can be observed in company positions. Multinationals in the oil and car industries are increasingly moving toward support for the Kyoto Protocol, and take m 
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