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On the efficiency of some supplemented ([alpha]1,[alpha]2,...,[alpha]R)-resolvable block designs


  • Kachlicka, Danuta
  • Mejza, Iwona


Statistical properties of designs with two kinds of treatments: basic and supplementary, are examined. The basic treatments are arranged randomly in an ([alpha]1,[alpha]2,...,[alpha]R)-resolvable block design. This basic design is orthogonally supplemented by some orthogonal addition of the supplementary treatments. Mixed linear models of observations following two- or three-step randomizations are considered. The final design under these models is generally balanced and that allows obtaining its stratum efficiency factors for both cases.

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  • Kachlicka, Danuta & Mejza, Iwona, 2002. "On the efficiency of some supplemented ([alpha]1,[alpha]2,...,[alpha]R)-resolvable block designs," Statistics & Probability Letters, Elsevier, vol. 57(3), pages 291-299, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:stapro:v:57:y:2002:i:3:p:291-299

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