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Georgia Southern faculty has papers republished in influential paper list

An article by Charles Champ, Ph.D., professor of statistics, was republished in Technometrics, which is completing its 60th year of publication. To commemorate the occasion, Technometrics published a special 60th anniversary virtual issue that includes electronic reprints of 35 classic articles. The concepts explored in these articles are the foundation of statistical methods and tools used by practitioners in the physical, chemical, engineering and information sciences.

Champs article, “A multivariate exponentially weighted moving average control chart weighted moving average control chart,” was originally published in 1992.

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