double sampling

double sampling

[¦dəb·əl ′sam·pliŋ]
(industrial engineering)
Inspecting one sample and then deciding whether to accept or reject the lot or to defer action until a second sample is inspected.
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Khan, Improvement in estimating the finite population mean under maximum and minimum values in double sampling scheme, Journal of Statistics Applications and Probability Letters, 2(2), (2015), 1-7.
It features a passive cooling architecture and correlated pixel double sampling and will therefore provide for clear fluorescence signals and low background noise.
Part I of the book contains two chapters: one on the goals and objectives of the Arctic PRISM and a second that lays out the double sampling survey methods used to achieve one of the major goals of Arctic PRISM, ".
The pixel readout circuits of CMOS image sensors are largely noise reducing correlated double sampling (CDS) circuits, along with a programmable gain amplifier (PGA) and an analog to digital converter (ADC).
The endometrial sample was obtained with Pipelle sampler in Outdoor Patient Department, while in case of inadequate tissue, double sampling technique with the same device was used to get appropriate sample.
Other methods have been used: double sampling, ratio, and regression estimator approaches to improve precision (Eberhardt and Simmons, 1987; Hanselman and Quinn, 2004; Fujioka et al.
As stated earlier, the configurable nature of SoCs helps address such differences by employing techniques such as Correlated Double Sampling.
The most common methods for incorporating detection probability into counts are distance sampling, mark-recapture or mark-resight methods, double sampling, multiple observers, and specific detection probability models for the species.
Pastures were sampled every 14 d with a double sampling technique to determine herbage mass (Frame, 1981).