A statistical process control chart named the mixture cumulative count control chart (MCCC-chart) is suggested in this study, motivated by an existing control chart named cumulative count control chart (CCC-chart). The MCCC-chart is constructed based on the distribution function of a two component mixture of geometric distributions using the number of items inspected until a defective item is observed ‘n’ as plotting statistics. We have observed that the MCCC-chart has the ability to perform equivalent to the CCC-chart when number of defective items follows geometric distribution and better than the CCC-chart when the number of defective items produced by a process follows a mixture geometric model. The MCCC-chart may be considered as a generalized version of CCC-chart.
Quality & Quantity – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 6, 2012
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