Are estimated control charts in control

@inproceedings{Albers2001AreEC,
  title={Are estimated control charts in control},
  author={Willem Wim Albers and Wim and Wilbert C.M. Kallenberg},
  year={2001}
}
Standard control chart practice assumes normality and uses estimated parameters. Because of the extreme quantiles involved, large relative errors result. Here simple corrections are derived to bring such estimated charts under control. As a criterion, suitable exceedance probabilities are used. 

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