The Use of Ranked Set Sampling with Balanced Acceptance Sampling (2018)
Ranked set sampling is a design that can increase sample eﬃciency by forcing sample coverage over the range of response values in the population. Balanced acceptance sampling (BAS) has a similar aim, with sample eﬃciency coming from ensuring coverage, where coverage is considered in terms of spatial spread over the sample space. Here we describe how ranked set sampling techniques can be used with BAS. We show how the two designs can be integrated and discuss the potential advantages of such an approach.
CitationRobertson B, Brown J, McDonald T (2018). The Use of Ranked Set Sampling with Balanced Acceptance Sampling. Guimarães, Portugal: International Workshop on Statistical Modelling. 07/07/2019-12/07/2019.
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KeywordsBAS; Environmental sampling; Halton sequence; ranked set sampling; spatial balance
ANZSRC Fields of Research01 - Mathematical Sciences
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