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SPC: what is the difference between multi-stream and multivariate processes?
Multi-stream process: A multiple stream process (MSP) is a process that generates several streams of output. Multiple stream processes are common in industry; there are few techniques for the statistical control of such processes. Multiple-stream processes are very frequent in industry and also known as group control chart (GCC). Variable and attribute control charts can be computed for multiple-stream processes. These charts can also be produced for short production ...

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