cusum chart

cusum chart

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To detect small shifts in the process, two other charts have been invented: the EMWA chart (Montgomery[2]) and the CUSUM chart (Barnard[3], Schein and House[4]).
The CUSUM chart readily detected changes in the mean moisture content that were not detected with an X-chart.
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Figure 3 displays a representative CUSUM chart, which detected the VRE outbreak early in its course.
Johnson and Bagshaw (2,9) discussed the effects of autocorrelation on the performance of the Cusum chart.
The EWMA control chart differs from the similar Cusum chart by using the additional weighting factor, which allows the adjustment of shift sensitivity.
CUSUM charts can be used to set a "challenging but achievable" target based on the best previous actual performance.
The important thing with CUSUM charts is not the absolute value of the CUSUM; it is the slope of the curve and any changes in this slope:
Cusum charts for monitoring an autocorrelated process.
In short-term trials, it may be sufficient to use Cusum charts [8] (a plot against time of the daily cumulative sum of the difference between the measurement and the established mean, keeping the sign of the difference) to detect changes across time within an analytical method.
Cusum charts [Montgomery (1985)] on the other hand are a family of control charts based on sequential analysis methods.
The cumulative sum or CuSum charts do not include a V-mask.