In acceptance sampling, one or more units of product (or a quantity of material) drawn from a lot for purposes of inspection to reach a decision regarding acceptance of the lot.
Pieces of a lot provided to registered buyers for an evaluation prior to bidding.
A sample consists of one or more service outputs drawn from a lot, the outputs being chosen at random.
a collection of numbers (measurements or counts) on the quality characteristic (QC) of process variable (PV) of units drawn from a process
A random selection of units from a lot for the purpose of evaluating the characteristics or acceptability of the lot. The sample may be either in terms of units or in terms of time.
The portion of the product drawn from a lot or shipment for further testing. A sample is usually drawn by the field inspector and consists of subsamples drawn from different portions of the lot.
A random or non-random sample from a distribution. For example 100 percentile points. The AIR cat model produces a 1,000 or 10,000 point samples from the distribution of losses.