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comparison of EWMA and CUSUM procedures in the two-sided case

M. S. Srivastava

comparison of EWMA and CUSUM procedures in the two-sided case

by M. S. Srivastava

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Published by University of Toronto, Dept. of Statistics in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brownian motion processes.,
  • Multivariate analysis.,
  • Optimal stopping (Mathematical statistics).

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby M.S. Srivastava and Y. Wu.
    SeriesTechnical report -- no. 9122, Technical report (University of Toronto. Dept. of Statistics) -- no. 9122
    ContributionsWu, Yanhong.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA278 .S685 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p. --
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20911306M

    In this paper we only consider the upper-sided CUSUM and EWMA charts, since it is more difficult to estimate the ARLs of the two-sided CUSUM and EWMA charts. Let P0.) and E0.) denote the probability and expectation when there is no change in the mean and variance, that is, µ0 = 0 and σ2 X = 1 and the change point is τ = 1. Write Pµ.) and. The CUSUM chart is a graphical tool used to monitor a process that is in control and to quickly detect a small shift in the process mean or process variance. The chart can be one-sided if the expected shift is in one direction only, or two-sided if the expected shift could be in either direction.

    It has been discussed that any shifts in the quality of the process of interest can be interpreted in terms of shifts in the scale parameters, ; see Sego et al. and Steiner and the RAST CUSUM procedure can be constructed and calibrated to detect a specific size of change in the average or median survival time (MST) since any shift in is equivalent to an identical shift in the size. OUT OF CONTROL SIGNALS Your process may be out of control (OOC) if one or more of the following occurs: 1. One or more points beyond 3 sigma from center line 2. 9 points in a row on same side of center line 3. 6 points in a row, all increasing or all decreasing 4. 14 points in a row, alternating up and down 5. 2 out of 3 consecutive points beyond 2 sigma from center line (same side).

    Nonparametric control charts are useful when the underlying process distribution is not likely to be normal or is unknown. In this paper, we propose two nonparametric analogs of the CUSUM and EWMA control charts based on the Wilcoxon rank-sum test for detecting process mean shifts. where is given by 1 and by 2, while 3 is the traditional constant used for known parameters to ensure that the false alarm probability (average run length) of the chart is equal to () * * The reason why we use the traditional constant is that we want to make a comparison with the CUSUM and EWMA control charts with traditional constants. We have, however, also studied the performance.


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Comparison of EWMA and CUSUM procedures in the two-sided case by M. S. Srivastava Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lecture CUSUM and EWMA EEH F03 Spanos & Poolla 19 The Exponentially Weighted Moving Average If the CUSUM chart is the sum of the entire process history, maybe a weighed sum of the recent history would be more meaningful: z t = λx t + (1 - λ)z t -1 0 File Size: KB.

August This month’s publication explores the one-sided cumulative sum (CUSUM) control chart. The primary purpose of a CUSUM control chart is to detect small shifts from the process target. Over the years, our publications have covered a number of different control charts.

These charts are primarily Shewhart control charts, e.g., X-R, X-s, and X-mR control charts. These types of control. A generalized quality control procedure was proposed by Champ et al. (), where a control chart set was presented from a generalized chart and it was stated that, at this procedure, there are special cases of control charts: Shewhart X̄-chart, the Cumulative Sum chart and the Exponentially Weighted Moving-Average chart.

It was also proposed Cited by: Comparison with Optimal CUSUM Charts They showed that the one-sided EWMA chart is more sensitive than the two-sided EWMA chart when detecting. We compare the recurrence interval and measures based on the time-to-signal properties for the temporal monitoring case using exponentially weighted moving average (EWMA.

Found that the simple, cumulative quantity control chart for monitoring a number of consecutive defects between r successive events (CQC-r) is more robust for small-sized shift than EWMA and CUSUM.

The comparison of the EWMA procedure with the CUSUM and Shiryayev-Roberts procedures is carried out in Section 5. The results show that the EWMA procedure is less efficient than the other two procedures when ARLO + interesting result, however, is that the EWMA procedure is less sensitive to the reference value when the shift amount is.

with the help of appropriate comparisons with the recently developed two-sided EWMA control, chart of Yeh et al. One-sided EWMA control charts In this section the work of Shu et al.

() is extended to the case of geometrically distributed data and the lower geometric EWMA control chart is theoretically founded. Consider an attribute. For comparison purposes, the two-sided ACUSUM-C chart chooses the same values of λ and γ as the AEWMA chart and δ min + = = − δ max − and c = From Fig.

3, the two-sided ACUSUM-C chart performs slightly better than the AEWMA chart at shifts   Usually, for a two-sided shift, the CUSUM-WRS, as in Li et al.

() may be preferred. A CUSUM-HFR scheme for the two-sided shift may also be made optimal using a different combination of percentile modifications in two tails. Such a design is more complex, and we leave it for future research.

Comparisons of various CUSUM and EWMA charts. Request PDF | New Results for Two-Sided CUSUM-Shewhart Control Charts | Already Yashchin (IBM J Res Dev 29(4)–, ), and of course Lucas (J Qual Technol 14(2)–59, ) 3 years. Exponentially Weighted Moving Average Control Charts Similarly to the CUSUM chart, the EWMA chart is useful in detecting small shifts in the process mean.

These charts are used to monitor the mean of a process based on samples taken from the process at. Otherwise when EWMA statistic is larger than λ 0, we may have reasons to doubt that the process is out of control. In this case, the EWMA statistic can be served as an online estimate of the current Poisson mean level.

To sum up, (5) Y t (3) = max {λ 0, Y t (1)}, where Y t (1) is defined by Eq. Introduction: CUSUM Procedure The CUSUM procedure creates cumulative sum control charts, also known as cusum charts, which display cumulative sums of the deviations of measurements or subgroup means from a target value.

Cusum charts are used to decide whether a process is in statistical control by detecting a shift in the process mean. The CUSUM test is a hypothesis test that relies on the comparison between computed values and a limit.

14 It has a graphical representation where one plots the cumulative sums of the maximum between zero and a weighted value (sample weight) ((figs figs 1B, 2A 2A).). When the graph hits the limit, the process is claimed to be out of control. 2 days ago  Using the method presented in Champ, Rigdon, and Scharnagl (), we derive integral equations useful in analyzing the run length distribution of the two-sided CUSUM X chart of Crosier ().

Choosing thresholds for low scores is straightforward, 2. Hawkins & Qifan Wu () The CUSUM and the EWMA Head-to-Head, Quality Engineering,  The lower graph is for the ewma-cuscore In (s?) procedure when A =the middle one is for the ewma-cuscore In (s?) procedure when X = and the upper one is for the standard cuscore In (s2) procedure.

The graphs clearly show that the ewma cuscore procedures perfom uniformly better than the standard cuscore procedure. To tune the CUSUM for an upward shift from 0 to 1, set k= 1 − 0 /2.

In other words, is half the anticipated shift size. It is known that if the process does indeed have a shift in the steady state from 0 to 1, then there is no other procedure with the same IC ARL that will match the performance of the CUSUM.

This is the theoretical optimality. Comparison of EWMA, CUSUM and Shiryayev-Roberts Procedures for Detecting a Shift in the Mean Srivastava, M. and Wu, Yanhong, Annals of Statistics, ; Distribution-free cumulative sum control charts using bootstrap-based control limits Chatterjee, Snigdhansu and Qiu, Peihua, Annals of Applied Statistics, ; Detecting a change in regression: first-order optimality Krieger, Abba M.

In the next figure, we show a comparison of the weights used in 4 different monitoring charts studied so far. From the above discussion and the weights shown for the 4 different charts, it should be clear now how an EWMA chart is a tradeoff between a Shewhart chart and a CUSUM chart.

Comparison of EWMA, CUSUM and Shiryayev–Roberts procedures for detecting a shift in the mean. Ann. Statist. 21 – S RIVASTAVA, M. S. and W U, Y. H. (). Evalution of optimum weights and average run lengths in EWMA control schemes.The CUSUM is designed to be one-sided, testing either for a shift towards a specified ‘poor performance’ rate or an ‘improvement’ rate.

A single two-sided CUSUM can be set up by using two separate charts in parallel. The in-control ARLs for two-sided charts can be easily approximated from the ARLs of each one-sided chart EWMA control chart is a powerful tool and can compete with the CUSUM control chart in detecting mean shifts.

However, it should be noted that both the optimal EWMA and CUSUM control charts are based on a given reference value S [see Srivastava and Wu (, )], which for the CUSUM chart is the magnitude of a shift in the process.