基于混合I型删失数据威布尔模型的可接受抽样计划Acceptance Sampling Plans with Type-I Hybrid Censoring Scheme of Weibull Distribution

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Abstract: Lifetime is an important quality variable of a product. Sampling plans used to determine the ac-ceptability of a product, with respect to its lifetime, are known as acceptance sampling plans. In this paper, we discuss acceptance sampling plans of Weibull distribution with considering the Type-I hybrid censoring schemes. Firstly, we give the exact conditional distribution of the maximum likelihood estimator (MLE) of the scale parameter. Secondly, using the exact distribution of a pivotal quantity, we establish an acceptance sampling procedure satisfying the producer and consumer risks. Finally, some numerical results are tabulated for illustration.

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