Support vector regression based residual MCUSUM control chart for autocorrelated process

@article{Issam2008SupportVR,
  title={Support vector regression based residual MCUSUM control chart for autocorrelated process},
  author={Ben Khediri Issam and Mohamed Limam},
  journal={Applied Mathematics and Computation},
  year={2008},
  volume={201},
  pages={565-574}
}
Traditional control charts assume that processes are serially independent, and autocorrelation among variables makes them unreliable. To handle this problem alternative charts estimate the time series structure of the process and use residuals for control. While in previous studies, estimation is performed using classical statistical methods or artificial neural networks, this study proposes to apply support vector regression (SVR) method for construction of a residuals Multivariate Cumulative… CONTINUE READING

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