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An unbiased function‐based Poisson adaptive EWMA control chart for monitoring range of shifts

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Title
An unbiased function‐based Poisson adaptive EWMA control chart for monitoring range of shifts
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Quality & Reliability Engineering International, March 2023
DOI 10.1002/qre.3320
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Zameer Abbas, Hafiz Zafar Nazir, Muhammad Riaz, Jianqing Shi, Atomsa Gemechu Abdisa

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#15,857,708
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#102
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#192,458
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