The probability that a lot whose quality equals the poorest quality that a consumer is willing to tolerate in an individual lot will be accepted by a sampling plan.

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PERCENT DEFECTIVE

The ratio of defective pieces per lot or sample, expressed as a percentage.

LOT TOLERANCE PERCENT DEFECTIVE

The percent of defectives in a lot which is considered bad and should be rejected for some specified fraction, usually 90, of the time.

LOT NUMBER

Identification number assigned to a particular quantity or lot of material from a single manufacturer.

LOT

Load On Top

CLIPPER BOW

A bow where the stem has a forward curve and sides have a lot of flair. Also called a schooner bow.

FULL SHIPLOAD LOT

The amount of cargo a vessel carries or is able to carry. Practically, it is the amount of cargo which induces the specific voyage. While the cargo lot may take up the majority of the vessel's space or tonnage capacity, it does not require a vessel's volume and weight capacity to be fully utilized.

SHIPMENT

The tender of one lot of cargo at one time from one shipper to one consignee on one bill of lading.

ACCEPTANCE SAMPLING

Taking a sample from a batch of material to inspect for determining whether the entire lot will be accepted or rejected.

DODGE-ROMIG TABLES

Tabular data for acceptance sampling, including lot tolerance and AOQL tables.

DOUBLE SAMPLING

Inspecting one sample and then deciding whether to accept or reject the lot or to defer action until a second sample is inspected.

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