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2(k-p) Experiments with Binary Responses: Inverse Binomial Sampling

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Two-level factorial and fractional factorial experiments with binary responses are proposed for the purpose of reducing the defect rate. This inverse binomial sampling scheme has several practical and economical benefits over a traditional fixed sample size scheme. The methodology is given for selecting the number of defectives r, to detect a given change in the probability of producing a defective unit with fixed levels of Type I and Type II errors.

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  • Topics: Sampling, Design of Experiments
  • Keywords: Type I error,Type II error,Sample size,Factorial experiments,Quality improvement (QI)
  • Author: Bisgaard, Soren; Gertsbakh, Ilya
  • Journal: Journal of Quality Technology