producer's risk


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producer's risk

[prə′dü·sərz ¦risk]
(industrial engineering)
The probability that in an acceptance sampling plan, material of an acceptable quality level will be rejected.
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Choose the producer's risk (a), the consumer's risk ([beta]), two process capability indices ([C.sub.AQL] and [C.sub.LTPD]), and resubmission (r-1) times.
Choose the producer's risk, the consumer's risk, and two process capability indices ([C.sub.AQL] and [C.sub.LTPD]).
Choose the producer's risk, the consumer's risk, two process capability indices ([C.sub.AQL] and [C.sub.LTPD]), and the number of proceeding lots "l."
As shown in Table 1 we consider some different combinations of [C.sub.AQL] and [C.sub.LTPD] at a specified producer's risk ([alpha] = 0.05) and customer's risk ([beta] = 0.1).
Such a practice decreased the producer's risk. One asks whether selling books by subscription was practised in Europe in the incunable period, and if not, when and why it became common.
The chance of rejecting a good lot is called the producer's risk, and the chance of accepting a bad lot is called the consumer's risk.
Choose the values of ([p.sub.AQL], [p.sub.LQL]) at producer's risk a and consumer's risk [beta].
In the contract formulated from the producer and the consumer, suppose that [p.sub.AQL] = 0.10 and [p.sub.LQL] = 0.15 with producer's risk [alpha] = 0.05 and buyer's risk [beta] = 0.1.