Cumulative sum quality control charts design and applications
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University of Cape Town
Classical Statistical Process Control Charts are essential in Statistical Control exercises and thus constantly obtained attention for quality improvements. However, the establishment of control charts requires large-sample data (say, no less than I 000 data points). On the other hand, we notice that the small-sample based Grey System Theory Approach is well-established and applied in many areas: social, economic, industrial, military and scientific research fields. In this research, the short time trend curve in terms of GM( I, I) model will be merged into Shewhart and CU SUM two-sided version control charts and establish Grey Predictive Shewhart Control chart and Grey Predictive CUSUM control chart. On the other hand the GM(2, I) model is briefly checked its of how accurate it could be as compared to GM( I, 1) model in control charts. Industrial process data collected from TBF Packaging Machine Company in Taiwan was analyzed in terms of these new developments as an illustrative example for grey quality control charts.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 165-169).
Kesupile, G. 2006. Cumulative sum quality control charts design and applications. University of Cape Town.