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Recent Advances in Process Monitoring: Nonparametric and Variable-Selection Methods for Phase I and Phase II

Summary: [This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.] The main aim of this article is to review and discuss two particular topics of statistical process monitoring: the need for a nonparametric approach to Phase I analysis and the use of variable selection–based control charts in multivariate Phase II monitoring. After discussing a number of critical issues related to these topics, the author presents recently proposed solutions and summarizes several research problems that require further investigation.

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  • Topics: Statistical Process Control (SPC)
  • Keywords: Monitoring, Nonparametric methods, Control charts, Multivariate control charts, Distribution-free procedures, Statistical process control (SPC), Shewhart control chart, Variable selection
  • Author: Capizzi, Giovanna;
  • Journal: Quality Engineering