D-optimal design of split-split-plot experiments
AbstractIn industrial experimentation there is growing interest in studies that span more than one processing step. Convenience often dictates restrictions in randomization in passing from one processing step to another. When the study encompasses three processing steps, this leads to split-split-plot designs. We provide an algorithm for computing D-optimal split-split-plot designs and provide many illustrative examples. We then apply our methods to construct D-optimal alternatives to a previously run split-split-plot design for cheese production.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University of Antwerp, Faculty of Applied Economics in its series Working Papers with number 2007017.
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D-optimality; Exchange algorithm; Hard-to-change factors; Multi-stratum design; Split-plot design; Tailor-made design;
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