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TOS forum Issue 5 (2015)

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Editorial

  • Kim H. Esbensen
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The advantages and pitfalls of conventional heterogeneity tests and a suggested alternative

  • Francis Pitard
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Good sampling is good business: reconciling economic drivers of productivity and quality using fundamentals of sampling theory

  • O. Dominguez
  • K. Smith
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Proper sampling, total measurement uncertainty, variographic analysis & fit-for-purpose acceptance levels for pharmaceutical mixing monitoring

  • K. H. Esbensen
  • R. J. Romañach
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The decision unit—a lot with objectives

  • Charles A. Ramsay
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Pre-crusher stockpile modelling to minimise grade variability

  • J. E. Everett
  • T. J. Howard
  • K. F. Jupp
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Placer gold sampling—The overall measurement error using gravity concentration on particle size ranges during sample treatment

  • Stéphane Brochot
  • François Mounié
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The crucial role of proper sampling in food and feed safety assessment

  • C. C. Paoletti
  • K. H. Esbensen
  • H. A. Kuiper
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Sampling for mycotoxins in feed— heterogeneity characterization

  • Claus Wagner
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Sampling of cereals: assessment of alternative protocols for mycotoxin analysis

  • Brigitte Mahaut
  • Guislaine Veron Delor
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The role of inference in food safety

  • Charles A. Ramsay
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When “homogeneity” is expected—Theory of Sampling in pharmaceutical manufacturing

  • A. Sánchez-Paternina
  • A. Román-Ospino
  • C. Ortega-Zuñiga
  • B. Alvarado
  • Kim H. Esbensen
  • R. J. Romañach
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Estimating total sampling error for near infrared spectroscopic analysis of pharmaceutical blends—theory of sampling to the rescue

  • A. Roman-Ospino
  • C. Ortega-Zuñiga
  • A. Sanchez-Paternina
  • S. Ortiz
  • K. Esbensen
  • R. J. Romañach
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Practical use of variographics to identify losses and evaluate investment profitability in industrial processes

  • Hilde S. Tellesbø
  • Helle Fossheim
  • Kim H. Esbensen
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The overall measurement error—TOS and uncertainty budget in metal accounting

  • Stéphane Brochot
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Complete sampling distribution for primary sampling, sample preparation and analysis

  • Geoffrey Lyman
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Getting high added-value from sampling

  • F. S. Bourgeois
  • G. J. Lyman
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Building confidence intervals around the obtained value of a sample

  • Dominique M. Francois-Bongarcon
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Validation of reverse circulation drilling rig for reconciliation purposes

  • A.C. Chieregati
  • T.M. El Hajj
  • C.F. Imoto
  • L.E.C. Pignatari
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Determination of the precision of sampling systems and on-line analysers

  • Geoffrey Lyman
  • James Asbury
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Sample station design and operation

  • Ralph Holmes
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Review of a non-probabilistic sampler versus a Vezin sampler on low weight percent solids slurries

  • Stephen E. Kelly
  • Francis F. Pitard
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Evaluation of sampling error sources in a multiple cuttermetallurgical sampler

  • J. Loimi
  • P. Minkkinen
  • C. von Alfthan
  • J. Lohilahti
  • T. Korpela
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Application of an integrated control system for continuous monitoring of sampling performance

  • C.S Adams
  • K Potts
  • T Niedel
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Design advances and operational studies for the True Pipe® sampler: A symmetry based unit for reliable sampling of pressurised particulate streams

  • A Fouchee
  • R.C. Steinhaus
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PFTNA logging tools and their contributions to in-situ elemental analysis of mineral boreholes

  • C.P. Smith
  • P. Jeaneau
  • R.A.M. Maddever
  • S.J. Fraser
  • A. Rojc
  • M.K. Lofgren
  • V. Flahaut
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Introduction and first ever rigorous derivation of the liberation factor

  • Dominique M. Francois-Bongarcon
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A multivariate approach for process variograms

  • Q. Dehaine
  • L. Filippov
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Comparison of sampling methods by using size distribution analysis

  • P. Minkkinen
  • I. Auranen
  • L. Ruotsalainen
  • J. Auranen
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Geostatistical comparison between blast and drill holes in a porphyry copper deposit

  • Serge Antoine Séguret
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Estimating granite roughness using systematic random sampling for the evaluation of radon gas emanation from ornamental granite rocks

  • T M. El Hajj
  • I. Tertuliano
  • T. Vieira
  • A. C. Chieregati
  • H. Delboni
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Proper sampling for archeometric discrimination of Bronze-age fields on Bornholm, Denmark – Archaeology meets TOS meets Chemometrics

  • Bastian Germundsson
  • Anders Pihl
  • Kim H. Esbensen
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Counteracting soil heterogeneity sampling for environmental studies (pesticide residues, contaminant transformation) – TOS is critical

  • Z. Kardanpour
  • O. S. Jacobsen
  • K. H. Esbensen
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Distributional assumptions in food and feed commodities: how to develop fit-for-purpose sampling protocols?

  • C. Paoletti
  • K. H. Esbensen
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Representative sampling for a full-scale incineration plant test—how to succeed with TOS facing unavoidable logistical and practical constraints

  • Peter Bøgh Pedersen
  • Jan Hinnerskov Jensen
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Representative sampling for food and feed materials: a critical need for food/feed safety

  • N. Thiex
  • C. Paoletti
  • K. Esbensen
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A European standard for sampling of waste material: EN 14899

  • Philippe Wavrer
  • Bernard Morvan
  • Sebastien Louis-Rose
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Innovative sampling solutions for the mining industry

  • Maurice Wicks
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Comparison between samples with constant mass and samples with constant fragment population size (and calculations of their sampling variances)

  • Dominique François-Bongarçon
  • Francis F. Pitard
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