[chbot] Chchrobotics Digest, Vol 157, Issue 11
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Sun Oct 18 09:12:31 BST 2020
A word of caution regarding that reference: the use case here, I believe, was about items that
have just been produced and do or do not meet the factory's specification limits, i.e., items
that fail a production test.
However, that reference below is about product reliability, where the scenario is that a number
of units are operating, and that there will be age-related failures within that operational
asset base over time. In both cases statistical methods are used, but for different reasons, and
the mathematics are not the same.
On 18/10/2020 21:04, Bevin Brett wrote:
> <https://www.weibull.com/pubs/2015_RAMS_right_sample_size.pdf> seems to be in the right ballpark
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