Description Usage Arguments Details Value

View source: R/one_sided_tolerance_interval_tests.R

Calculates the rejection-probability for one-sided-tolerance-interval tests given the assumed process-mean and process-sd for specified test-parameters

1 2 | ```
p_reject_ostit(process_mean, process_sd, sample_size, spec_limit, spec_type,
p_min, power)
``` |

`process_mean` |
assumed process-mean |

`process_sd` |
assumed process-sd |

`sample_size` |
sample-size |

`spec_limit` |
specification limit |

`spec_type` |
("lsl" or "usl") specification-type, i.e. lower or upper one-sided spec-limit |

`p_min` |
desired minimal coverage-probability of tolerance-intervall |

`power` |
desired test-power |

A one-sided-tolerance interval test is conducted by calculating a tolerance-intervall according to ISO 16269-6. The test is passed if this tolerance-intervall is within the specification limits. The desired power of the test is exactly the confidence-level for the tolerance-interval!

Probabilty to reject H_0 given the process-mean, standard-deviation and specification

stephanGit/leistungstests documentation built on June 13, 2018, 8:24 p.m.

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