Design issues for adaptive control charts

  title={Design issues for adaptive control charts},
  author={Willis A. Jensen and G. Rex Bryce and Marion R. Reynolds},
  journal={Quality and Reliability Eng. Int.},
Adaptive control charts allow the components of the quality-monitoring scheme to vary in order to obtain improved performance over non-adaptive control charts. Research has centered on components such as the sample size, time between samples, warning limits, and control limits and has recommended a variety of schemes, many of which are optimal in some sense. In practice, there are many other adaptive schemes that are near optimal, which will still yield considerable improvement over non… CONTINUE READING