Control Charts for the Shape Parameter of Skewed Distribution

  title={Control Charts for the Shape Parameter of Skewed Distribution},
  author={Azam Zaka and Riffat Jabeen and Kanwal Iqbal Khan},
  journal={Intelligent Automation \& Soft Computing},
The weighted distributions are useful when the sampling is done using an unequal probability of the sampling units. The Weighted Power function distribution (WPFD) has applications in the fields of reliability engineering, management sciences and survival analysis. WPFD is more beneficial in Statistical process control (SPC). SPC is defined as the use of statistical techniques to control a process or production method. SPC tools and procedures can help to monitor process behaviour, discover… 
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