Part III: Reject Zone Efficiency and the Sampling Inspection

This is Part III of a four part series that attempts to explain the background of the Knapp-Abramson analytical technique.  The series attempts to take the reader from viewing the inspection of product with a Probabilistic approach to a Deterministic approach using an advanced inspection device.

Excerpt from the article:

The Knapp-Abramson analysis uses Reject Zone Efficiency, RZE, to evaluate the security obtained in visible particle inspections.  This is the ratio of must-reject containers rejected in an average inspection whose rejection probability is equal to or greater than 0.70 to the total number of such containers.

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Part III – Reject Zone Efficiency and the Sampling Inspection by Knapp and Budd