Volume 2, Issue 4

 

ارسال های اخیر

  • Using Regression based Control Limits and Probability Mixture Models for Monitoring Customer Behavior 

    Samimi, Y.؛ Aghaie, A. (Iranian Institute of Industrial Engineering, 2009-01-01)
    In order to achieve the maximum flexibility in adaptation to ever changing customer's expectations in customer relationship management, appropriate measures of customer behavior should be continually monitored. To this ...

  • A Robust Dispersion Control Chart Based on M-estimate 

    Shahriari, Hamid؛ Maddahi, Alireza؛ Shokouhi, Amir H. (Iranian Institute of Industrial Engineering, 2009-01-01)
    Process control charts are proven techniques for improving quality. Specifying the control limits is the most important step in designing a control chart. The presence of outliers may extremely affect the estimates of ...

  • Fast Generation of Deviates for Order Statistics by an Exact Method 

    Mahlooji, Hashem؛ Abouee Mehrizi, Hossein؛ Farzan, Azin (Iranian Institute of Industrial Engineering, 2009-01-01)
    We propose an exact method for generating random deviates from continuous order statistics. This versatile method that generates Beta deviates as a middle step can be applied to any density function without resorting to ...

  • A Comparison of the Mahalanobis-Taguchi System to A Standard Statistical Method for Defect Detection 

    Cudney, Elizabeth A.؛ Drain, David؛ Paryani, Kioumars؛ Sharma, Naresh (Iranian Institute of Industrial Engineering, 2009-01-01)
    The Mahalanobis-Taguchi System is a diagnosis and forecasting method for multivariate data. Mahalanobis distance is a measure based on correlations between the variables and different patterns that can be identified and ...

  • Hybrid Probabilistic Search Methods for Simulation Optimization 

    Kabirian, Alireza (Iranian Institute of Industrial Engineering, 2009-01-01)
    Discrete-event simulation based optimization is the process of finding the optimum design of a stochastic system when the performance measure(s) could only be estimated via simulation. Randomness in simulation outputs often ...