An examination of the Wald stopping bounds for the sequential probability ratio test.
Gavlak, Michael William
Barr, Donald R.
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An examination of the Wald stopping bounds for the Sequential Probability Ratio Test (SPRT) is made by comparing results obtained from Monte Carlo simulations of sequential sampling tests with results obtained using Wald formulations. Operating Characteristic, ASN, and V[N] values are presented for tests sampling from each of eight Binomial, 1H Exponential, and 2 4 Normal distributions. An extensive bibliography of references associated with SPRT is included.
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