Model-robust designs in multiresponse situations
AbstractThe multiresponse model E(y[alpha]x)=[summation operator]l=1p[alpha] [theta][alpha]lf[alpha]l(x)+h[alpha](x), [alpha]=1,...,r, is considered, where h[alpha](x) is an unknown bias or contamination function from some class with a probability measure. Optimal designs are studied in terms of generalized least squares estimation and the average expected quadratic loss. The performance of the uniform design is also explored.
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Volume (Year): 58 (2002)
Issue (Month): 4 (July)
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