Performance and Robustness of Control Charting Methods for Autocorrelated Data

C. H. Chin, D. W. Apley

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Abstract

With the proliferation of in-process measurement technology, autocorrelated data are increasingly common in industrial SPC applications. A number of high performance control charting techniques that take into account the specific characteristics of the autocorrelation through time series modeling have been proposed over the past decade. We present a survey of such methods and analyze and compare their performances for a range of typical autocorrelated process models. One practical concern with these methods is that their performances are often strongly affected by errors in the time series models used to represent the autocorrelation. We also provide some analytical results comparing the robustness of the various methods with respect to time series modeling errors.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)122-139
JournalJournal of the Korean Institute of Industrial Engineers
Volume34
StatePublished - Jun 2008

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