# Essays on monitoring profile data

@inproceedings{Zhu2008EssaysOM, title={Essays on monitoring profile data}, author={Junjia Zhu}, year={2008} }

- Published 2008

Profile data emerges when the quality of a product or process is characterized by a relationship between two or more variables. Each complete sampling process yields a collection of data points that can be represented by a functional curve (or profile). The purpose of this work is to study novel models and procedures regarding monitoring profile data. Motivated by a vertical density profile problem, we first focus on monitoring the slopes of linear profiles. A Shewhart-type control chart for… CONTINUE READING

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