Sequential sampling, Basic Statistics

Sequential Sampling: This is somewhat complex sample design where the ultimate size of the sample is not fixed in advance but is determined according to mathematical decisions on the basis of information yielded as survey progresses. This design is usually adopted under acceptance sampling plan in the context statistic quality control.

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