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Procedures for Monitoring the Process Mean and Variance with One Control Chart
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Procedures for Monitoring the Process Mean and Variance with One Control Chart
Jung, Sang-Hyun; Lee, Jae-Heon;
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Two control charts are usually required to monitor both the process mean and variance. In this paper, we introduce control procedures for jointly monitoring the process mean and variance with one control chart, and investigate efficiency of the introduced charts by comparing with the combined two EWMA charts. Our numerical results show that the GLR chart, the Omnibus EWMA chart, and the Interval chart have good ARL properties for simultaneous changes in the process mean and variance.
Process control;GLR chart;EWMA chart;interval chart;agerage run length;
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