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Regular Paper Vol.4No.3 (2012) p.105 - p.115

Considerations for Statistical Analysis of Nondestructive Evaluation Data: Hit/Miss Analysis

Jeremy KNOPP1*, Ramana GRANDHI2†, Li ZENG3 and John ALDRIN4
1 United States Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, USA
2 Wright State University, Dayton, OH, USA
3 The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX, USA
4 Computational Tools, Gurnee, IL, USA
This paper examines recent developments in the statistical analysis of Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE) data, and suggests improvements to conventional analysis. This paper focuses on hit/miss or Bernoulli data analysis. POD evaluation is a conventional methodology used to quantify reliability of inspections in many industries. Hit/miss data is still commonly used and many developments in statistical analysis have occurred in the last few decades; thus, this paper focuses on hit/miss analysis only
Probability of detection, hit/miss analysis, Bernoulli data
Full Paper: PDF EJAM Vol.4No.3 pp.105-115 "Considerations for Statistical Analysis of Nondestructive Evaluation Data: Hit/Miss Analysis
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Article history:
Received 29 Aug 2012
Accepted 13 Nov 2012