sequential sampling

sequential sampling

[si′kwen·chəl ′sam·pliŋ]
(industrial engineering)
A sampling plan in which an undetermined number of samples are tested one by one, accumulating the results until a decision can be made.
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Sampling plans are the starting point for decision-making systems in integrated pest management (IPM) programs because they are used to determine economic damage levels and to validate sequential sampling plans (Binns et al.
Single samples from the round window, oval window, and basal turn or sequential sampling from the apical region were attempted (4-6).
Among their topics are methods and resources for computing semantic relatedness, selected topics in statistical computing, two-stage and sequential sampling for estimation and testing with prescribed precision, multilingual semantic dictionaries for natural language processing: the case of BabelNet, and the use of semantics in robotics: improving doctors' performance using a cricothyrotomy simulator.
Selection of the school was made by employing cluster sequential sampling technique.
Sequential sampling plans are available for each of the main host crops, but are not widely used.
The operation of this plan is similar to that of the sequential sampling plan.
The limitation of this report includes the lack of sequence data comparing the patient's viral RNA from the CSF and the nasopharynx and the absence of sequential sampling during the course of her illness.
Multi-stream selectors enable automated sequential sampling from 1 to 80 gas streams.
The sampling method can be divided into the classical sampling method, "space-filling" sampling method, and sequential sampling method according to the type.
Gildeh, "Sequential sampling plan using fuzzy SPRT," Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems, vol.
The PicoScope 9300 oscilloscopes (manufactured by Pico 1 Technology) use sequential sampling technology to measure fast repetitive signals without the need for expensive real-time sampling hardware.

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