Chanseok Park

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The usual assumption behind robust design is that the number of replicates at each design point during an experimental stage is equal. In practice, however, it is often the case that this assumption is not met due to physical limitations and/or cost constraints. In this situation, using the usual method of ordinary least squares (OLS) to obtain fitted(More)
The problem of detecting a shift in the percentile of a Birnbaum–Saunders population in a process monitoring situation is considered. For example, such problems may arise when the quality characteristic of interest is tensile strength or breaking stress. The parametric bootstrap method is used to develop a quality control chart for monitoring percentiles(More)
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