• Engineering, Computer Science
  • Published in
    Quality and Reliability Eng…
    2012
  • DOI:10.1002/qre.1436

On Assessing the Performance of Sequential Procedures for Detecting a Change

@article{Kenett2012OnAT,
  title={On Assessing the Performance of Sequential Procedures for Detecting a Change},
  author={Ron S. Kenett and Moshe Pollak},
  journal={Quality and Reliability Eng. Int.},
  year={2012},
  volume={28},
  pages={500-507}
}
The literature on statistical process control has focused mostly on the average run length (ARL) to an alarm, as a performance criterion of sequential schemes. When the process is in control, this is the ARL to false alarm, generally denoted by ARL0, and represents the in-control operating characteristic of the procedure. The ARL from the occurrence of a change to its detection represents an out-of-control operating characteristic and is typically embodied by ARL1, the ARL to detection assuming… CONTINUE READING