Effect of the Amount of Phase I Data on the Phase II Performance of S2 and S Control Charts By Eugenio K. Epprecht, Lorena D. Loureiro, and S. Chakraborti
The authors focus on the conditional RL distribution of the S and S2 charts and argue that, in the particular case of these charts, there is no practical need to analyze the effects of parameter estimation on their out-of-control performance, and draw some conclusions in terms of guidance for the user.
Staggered-Level Designs for Response Surface Modeling By Heidi Arnouts and Peter Goos
The authors investigate whether the benefits of the staggered-level design carry over to situations where the objective is to optimize a response and where a second-order response surface model is in place.
Using ANOM Slicing for Multi-Way Models with Significant Interaction By Peter Wludyka
The author shows how to use analysis of means (ANOM) methods analogous to ANOVA F-test slicing to perform multiple comparisons. This approach results in a set of powerful decision charts that can be used to assess both statistical and practical significance.