More About the Math of the Process Behavior Chart

More About the Math of the Process Behavior Chart

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In statistics on time series with “moving” in their name, each value is correlated with past and future neighbors — that is, the series is autocorrelated. It affects the way you can use these statistics to detect anomalies and issue alarms. The moving range in the XmR chart is a case in point. Its autocorrelation in […]

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By: Michel Baudin
Posted: March 12, 2019, 6:16 pm

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