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- From: Phil Hodge <phil(--nospam--at)joistdesign.com>
- Date: Sat, 14 Aug 1999 20:18:43 -0400
I agree with Mike Donoghue, but you might still get some value from a document I found a LONG time ago: "Military Standard - Sampling Procedures and Tables for Inspection by Attributes" MIL-STD-105E 10-MAY-1989 Superseding MIL-STD-105D 29-APRIL-1963 There probably is a later version, I told you I got it a long time ago! I don't know where or how I came across it, but inside it gives an address: Commander U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center ATTN: SMCAR-BAC-S/Bldg. 6 Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806-5000 Good luck, Phil RShreenan(--nospam--at)aol.com wrote: > To all forensic experts out there: > > What if any is the accepted and fair mathetical method for projecting the > total number of residential units that are likely to have a specific defect > based on this defect, found by invasive testing in a small percentage of less > than half of the total number of residential units in a development? > > Is a direct proration valid even if the number sampled is small compared to > the total number of units involved? > > I would like to be able to refute some of the numbers that the plaintiff's > expert witness came up with, with documentation of accepted methods if indeed > they do exist. > > Any advice or references regarding this process would be greatly appreciated. > > THANKS, > Ray Shreenan SE
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