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On an Adaptive Acceptance Control Chart for Autocorrelated Processes

  • P. Thyregod
  • H. Madsen
Conference paper
Part of the Frontiers in Statistical Quality Control 4 book series (FSQC, volume 4)

Abstract

Standard control chart techniques for process surveillance are usually assessed under the assumption that sampled values from a process in control may be represented by independent, identically distributed random variables. In some applications, however, the process exhibits an inherent dynamics with slow variations of the process level, even in a state of statistical control. In order to describe these variations we suggest a simple time—series model for the process level. The model implies that an explicit estimate of the current process level may be obtained by the Kalman Filter technique. In the paper we show how this estimate may be utilized in an acceptance control chart to vary the sample size in accordance with the estimated actual process level, without sacrificing a specified consumer protection.

Keywords

Control Chart Acceptance Criterion Process Level Precision Parameter Variable Sampling Interval 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. Thyregod
    • 1
  • H. Madsen
    • 1
  1. 1.LyngbyDenmark

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