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Abstract

When a life test is terminated at a predetermined time to decide whether to accept or refuse the submitted batches, the types of group sampling inspection plans (single, two, and multiple-stages) are introduced. The tables in this study give the optimal number of groups for various confidence levels, examination limits, and values of the ratio of the determined experiment time to the fixed percentile life. At various quality levels, the operating characteristic functions and accompanying producer's risk are derived for various types of group sampling inspection plans. At the determined producer's risk, the optimal ratios of real percentile life to a fixed percentile life are obtained. Three case studies are provided to illustrate the processes described here. Comparisons of single-stage and iterative group sampling plans are introduced. The first, second, and third sample minimums must be used to guarantee that the product's stipulated mean and median lifetimes are reached at a certain degree of customer trust. The suggested sample plans' operational characteristic values and the producer's risk are given. In order to show how the suggested approaches based on the mean life span and median life span of the product may function in reality, certain real-world examples are examined.

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Amputated life test Average group number Consumer’s risk Operating characteristic Single-stage group sampling inspection plans Two-stage group sampling inspection plans Producer’s risk Weibull-Fréchet distribution

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Ahmed, B., Chesneau, C., Ali, M. M., & Yousof, H. M. (2022). Amputated Life Testing for Weibull-Fréchet Percentiles: Single, Double and Multiple Group Sampling Inspection Plans with Applications. Pakistan Journal of Statistics and Operation Research, 18(4), 995-1013. https://doi.org/10.18187/pjsor.v18i4.4190

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