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611 Robustness To compare the efficiency of different location estimators, we usually evaluate their mean squared error (MSE). The MSE of Tn, a consistent estimator of a parameter 6, is the quantity MSE(Tn) = E(Tn — 6)2, with E denoting the expected value operator. This measure is affected by the scaling of the estimator, and therefore it is common to compare scale estimators through Var(lnTn), with Var denoting the variance operator. Details about performance measures of scale estimators can be found in 39 Lax .
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Whenever we are controlling the process at a target 9$, a control chart based on a statistic W is said "robust" if the alarm rate is as close as possible to the pre-assigned a-risk, whenever the model changes but the process parameter is kept at the respective target 9$. In order to get information on the resistance of the control statistics under study to departures from the normal model, we have computed the alarm rates of the before mentioned control charts for rational subgroups of size n = 3 up to 10.