Term of Award
Master of Science in Applied Mathematics
Document Type and Release Option
Thesis (restricted to Georgia Southern)
Department of Mathematics
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The second phase of control charting is discussed using the run sum X, R, and S charts with no standards given. Different estimators for the process mean and standard deviation are introduced. The average run length (ARL) distribution is analyzed using computer simulations which use a Markov chain representation, and performance is analyzed. A few applications and recommendations for use in the clinical chemistry laboratory are given.
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Ross, Holley Shae, "Analysis of the Run Sum Chart with Applications in the Clinical Chemistry Laboratory" (1996). Legacy ETDs. 265.