Cumulative Sum Control Charts--Mathematical Principles Applied to their Construction and Use, Part I

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Johnson, N. L.; Leone, F. C.   (1962, ASQC)   Case Institute of Technology

Industrial Quality Control    Vol. 18    No. 12
QICID: 4621    June 1962    pp. 15-21 (Correction: Vol. 19
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Article Abstract

The authors consider the Cumulative Sum Control Chart (CSCC) in relation to the standard Shewhart Control chart. In particular, by comparison of average run length (ARL) for different types of charts, some indications are given as to the situations in which one system is likely to be advantageous as compared with the other. Methods of constructing CSCC for means, variability and for discrete (Poisson or Binomial) variables are described.

Keywords

Statistical process control (SPC)


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