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Acceptance Sampling Plan

Acceptance sampling plans always lie someplace amid no inspection and 100% inspection.

There are two major classifications of acceptance plans, (or AQL, Acceptable Quality Level), by attributes or discrete data ("go, no-go") and by variable data, (real numbers). The attribute case is the most common for an acceptance sampling.

There are many distinctive approaches that could be used to initiate such plans. Some are ...

Two-Point Method

Reverse of the Two-Point Method

OC-Curve to name just a few.

For additional information see What kinds of Lot Acceptance Sampling Plans (LASPs) are there?

Also see LASP - Lot acceptance sampling plan

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