Integration of machine learning techniques and control charts in multivariate processes

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Department of Industrial Engineering, Sakarya University, Sakarya, 54050, Turkey

Abstract

Using multivariate control chart instead of establishing univariate control chart for all variables in processes provides time and labor advantage. In addition, it is considered in the relations between variables. However, the statistical calculation of the measured values of all variables is seen as a single value in the control chart. Therefore, it is necessary to determine which variable(s) is the cause of the out of control signal. Effective corrective measures can only be developed when the causes of the fault(s) are determined correctly. The aim of the study is to determine the machine learning techniques that will accurately estimate the type of fault. With the Hotelling T2 chart, out of control signals are identified and the types of faults affected by the variables are defined. Various machine learning techniques are used to compare classification performances. The developed model was applied in the evaluation of the paint quality in a painting process. ANN was determined as the most successful techniques according to performance criteria. The novelty of the study is to classify the fault according to the types of faults, not the variables. Defining the faults according to its types will enable to take effective corrective actions quickly.

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