Economic optimization of off-line inspection in a process that also produces non-conforming units when in control and conforming units when out of control

@article{Bendavid2009EconomicOO,
  title={Economic optimization of off-line inspection in a process that also produces non-conforming units when in control and conforming units when out of control},
  author={Illana Bendavid and Yale T. Herer},
  journal={European Journal of Operational Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={195},
  pages={139-155}
}
A finite batch of units is produced by a process subject to random failures. The process starts from the in-control state and may shift, while producing a unit, to the out of control state. We consider the case that inspection is conducted after all the units of the batch have been produced, when the production order of the units is preserved. Most research has assumed that while in the in-control state, the process produces only conforming units and in the out of control state, it produces… CONTINUE READING

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