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||Toepassing van statistische methoden
This part of ISO 3951 specifies a system of sequential sampling plans (schemes) for lot-by-lot inspection by variables. The schemes are indexed in terms of a preferred series of acceptance quality limit (AQL) values, ranging from 0,01 to 10, which are defined in terms of percent nonconforming items. The schemes of ISO 3951 are intended to induce a supplier through the economic and psychological pressure of lot non-acceptance to maintain a process average at least as good as the specified AQL value, while at the same time providing an upper limit for the risk to the consumer of accepting the occasional poor lot. The schemes are designed to be applied to a continuing series of lots, that is, a series long enough to allow the switching rules (Clause 6) to be applied. These switching rules provide: - automatic protection to the consumer (by means of a switch to tightened inspection or discontinuation of sampling inspection) should a deterioration in quality be detected; - an incentive (at the discretion of the responsible authority) to reduce inspection costs (by means of a switch to reduced inspection) should consistently good quality be achieved.
||Monsternemingprocedures voor keuring op variabelen - Deel 5 - Systeem van sequente steekproefschema's die gekoppeld zijn aan een aanvaardings limiet voor de kwaliteit (AQL) voor keuring op variabelen (bekende s tandaardafwijking)
||Sampling procedures for inspection by variables - Part 5: Sequential sampling plans indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL)for inspection by variables (known standard deviation)