XIth International Workshop on Intelligent Statistical Quality Control 2013

XIth International Workshop on Intelligent Statistical Quality Control 2013

Sydney, Australia, August 20 – 23, 2013

Abstracts

Download booklet of Abstracts here.

 

Participants

Eugenio K. Epprecht
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, BR

Statistical control of multiple-stream processes — a literature review

Bruno F. T. Simões
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, BR

Title

Pasquale Erto
University of Naples, ITA

Bayesian Approach to Monitor Weibull Percentiles

Giuliana Pallotta
University of Naples, IT

Title

Christina M. Mastrangelo
University of Washington Seattle, US

Title

K. Govindaraju
Massey University, NZ

Fractional Acceptance Numbers for Lot Quality Assurance and Control Charting

Wenpo Huang
University of Macau, CN

A Gradient Approach for Efficient Design of CUSUM Charts Under Uncertainty

Lianjie Shu
University of Macau, CN

title

Wei Jiang
Shanghai Jiaotong University, CN

Title

Fadel M. Megahed
Auburn University, USA

Statistical Process Monitoring Perspective on “Big Data”

L. Allison Jones-Farmer
Auburn University, US

Title

William H. Woodall
Virginia Tech, US

Title

Georgia Mueller
Southern Illinois University, US

The Effect of Assuming a Constant Shape Parameter in Weibull Regression

Steven E. Rigdon
Saint Louis University, US

Title

Ross Sparks
CSIRO, AU

Monitoring Social Networks by Exploring Multiple Communication Channels

Kwok L Tsui
City University of Hong Kong, CN

Recent Research in Prognostics and System Health Management

Geoff Vining
Virginia Tech, US

An Overview of Designing Experiments for Reliability Data

Zhaojun Wang
Nankai University, Tianjin, CN

Outlier Detection in General Profiles Using Penalized Regression Method

William H. Woodall
Virginia Tech, US

Recent Results on Monitoring the Rate of Rare Events

Changliang Zou
Nankai University, Tianjin, CN

Multiple Change-Point Detection with Nonparametric Likelihood Method

Alessandro Di Bucchianico
Eindhoven University of Technology, NL

Shewhart’s Idea of Predictability and Modern Statistics

E. R. van den Heuvel
University of Groningen, NL

Title

Giovanna Capizzi
University of Padua, IT

Comparison of Phase II Control Charts Based on Variable Selection Methods

Guido Masarotto
University of Padua, IT

title

Giovanna Capizzi
University of Padua, IT

Efficient Control Chart Calibration by Simulated Stochastic Approximation

Elart von Collani
Universität Würzburg, DE

Datamining in Medical Datasets

Olgierd Hryniewicz
PAN Warszawa, PL

Statistical evaluation of the results of inspections based on the data mining methodology

Sven Knoth
HSU, DE

UMPU and randomized tests and control charts

Manuel Cabral Morais
CEMAT & Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, PT

Title

Ansgar Steland
RWTH Aachen, DE

Improved Sampling Plans for Evaluation and Monitoring and Applications to Photovoltaics

Peter Wilrich
FU Berlin, DE

Sampling inspection by variables with an additional acceptance criterion

Taras Lazariv
EUV, DE

Variance Charts for Time Series

Wolfgang Schmid
EUV, DE

title

Rainer Göb
Universität Würzburg, DE

The Use of Inequalities of Camp-Meidell Type in Nonparametric Statistical Process Monitoring

Kristina Lurz
Universität Würzburg, DE

Title

Douglas Montgomery
Arizona State University, US

Choice of Prior Distributions for Bayesian Nonlinear Designs

Rachel Silvestreni
Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, US

Title

Erwin Saniga
University of Delaware, US

Shewhart, Economic and Cusum Designs When the Variable is Xbar

Darwin Davis
University of Delaware, US

title

Thomas McWilliams
Drexel University, US

title

Alireza Faraz
University of Liege, BE

Title

James Lucas
J.M. Lucas and Associates, US

Title

Hidehisa Noguchi
Tokyo University of Science, JP

Bayesian Approach to Effect Heredity Principle

Yoshikazu Ojima
Tokyo University of Science, JP

title

Seiichi Yasui
Tokyo University of Science, JP

Title

Tomomichi Suzuki
Tokyo University of Science, JP

A Note on Precision of Qualitative Data

Watalu Yamamoto
University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, JP

Comparative Study of Time Scales in Optimal Time Scale Analysis of Field Reliability Data

K. Takeshita
Tokyo Institute of Technology, JP

Title

Su-Fen Yang
National Chengchi University, Taipei,

TWA Simple Approach to Monitoring Process Mean and Variance Simultaneously

Barry C. Arnold
University of California, Riverside, US

title

Yuan-Tsung Chang
Mejiro University, Tokyo, JP

Estimation of Variances of two Normal Distributions with Ordered Means

Nobuo Shinozaki
Keio University, Yokohama, JP

Title

Fah Fatt Gan
National University of Singapore, SG

Cumulative Sum Charting Procedure Based on Kernel Density Estimation

Lingqiao Tang
National University of Singapore, SG

Title

Xu Tang
National University of Singapore, SG

Title

Manuel Cabral Morais
CEMAT & Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, PT

Minimizing the probability of a misleading signal

Patrícia Ferreira Ramos
CEMAT & Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, PT

Title

António Pacheco
CEMAT & Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, PT

Title

Jørgen Iwersen
Novo Nordisk, DK

Computer system generated control charts and trend reports — a case from Novo Nordisk

Torben K. Sørensen
Novo Nordisk, DK

title

Emmanuel Yashchin
IBM, US

ARegenerative Likelihood Ratio detection schemes and their applications

Hans-Joachim Lenz
FU Berlin, DE

Why the naive Bayesian classifier dominates the proper one even for massive data sets – a lesson on Estimation and Classification Errors based on massive, high-dimensional clinical Datasets


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