Monitoring paper production using a spectral control chart designed to detect in the presence of multiple cycles 
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Unit and groupruns chart to identify increases in fraction nonconforming 
110:Y 
125 
Using CUSUM control schemes for monitoring quality levels in compound Poisson production environment: The geometric Poisson process 
110:Y 
127 
New corrections for old control charts 
110:Y 
129 
Parameter estimation and design considerations in prospective applications of the X̄ chart 
111:Y 
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Optimization of design parameters for X̄ control charts with multiple assignable cause 
111:Y 
137 
X̄charts versus X̄/MR chart combinations: IID cases and nonIID cases 
111:Y 
143 
Evaluating and implementing 3level control charts 
112:Y 
145 
A neural network method for modelling the parameters of a CUSUM chart 
119:Y 
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Supplier selection based on process capability and price analysis 
120:Y 
151 
Effect of testing normality on estimating process capability indices 
120:Y 
153 
Testing process capability based on Cpm in the presence of random measurement errors 
120:Y 
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Quantitative techniques to evaluate process stability 
120:Y 
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Use SPC for everyday work processes 
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Inference for domains under imputation for missing survey data 
210:Y 
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Confidence limits for estimates of totals from stratified samples, with application to Medicare Part B overpayment audits 
210:Y 
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Improved ratio estimators in stratified sampling 
210:Y 
165 
Samplesizerestrictive adaptive sampling: An application in estimating localized elements 
210:Y 
171 
Subsampling the nonrespondents in twostage sampling over two successive occasions 
210:Y 
173 
Repetitive group sampling procedure for variables inspection 
230:Y 
175 
On the bias of the multipleimputation variance estimator in survey sampling 
230:Y 
181 
Estimation of sensitive quantitative characteristics in randomized response sampling 
290:Y 
187 
On the accuracy of statistical procedures in Microsoft Excel 2003 
510:Y 
191 
Empirical likelihood tests for twosample problems via nonparametric density estimation 
511:Y 
193 
A method for determining equivalence in industrial settings: Defining and testing the equivalence of two methods or two laboratories 
511:Y 
199 
Bayesian inference for the mean and standard deviation of a normal population when only the sample size, mean and range are observed 
512:Y 
201 
Evaluating relationship of consistency ratio and number of alternatives on rank reversal in the AHP 
515:Y 
205 
Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis techniques as tools for the quality assessment of composite indicators 
519:Y 
207 
Empirical likelihood for parametric model under imputation for missing data 
519:Y 
209 
One and twosided tolerance intervals for general balanced mixed models and unbalanced oneway random models 
520:Y 
211 
Designing field experiments which are subject to representation bias 
521:Y 
213 
Tests for balanced incomplete block ranked data with ties 
522:Y 
217 
Estimating the conditional variance of Y, given X, in a simple regression model 
541:Y 
219 
Time series forecasting using flexible neural tree model 
544:Y 
221 
Modeling and managing the percentage of satisfied customers in hidden and revealed waiting line systems 
670:S 
225 
Nationwide branching and its impact on market structure, quality and bank performance 
670:Z 
227 
An economic analysis for product and process design 
690:M 
229 
On some reliability measures and their stochastic orderings for the ToppLeone distribution 
820:Y 
231 
Gas system failure rate 
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