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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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.
With a sequential sampling approach, we will combine these analyses to identify foods consumed by hominin groups for which plants are thought to be of great importance.
Sequential sampling plans are available for each of the main host crops, but are not widely used.
Single sampling plan, double sampling plan and sequential sampling plan are called conventional sampling plans.
Multi-stream selectors enable automated sequential sampling from 1 to 80 gas streams.
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.
Development and validation of a binomial sequential sampling plan for the greengug (Homoptera: Aphididae) infesting winter wheat in the southern plains.
In the second stage, households were selected using sequential sampling, starting in the visually estimated center of each identified cluster.
A new proof of Murthy's estimator which applies to sequential sampling.
It combines the lexisearch algorithm with sequential sampling algorithm for estimating the minimum of a statistical population through adaptive sampling, with reasonable stopping rule [1].

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