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Estimation of Missing Observations in Two-Level Split-Plot Designs

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  • Inserting Estimates For The Missing Observations From Split-Plot Designs Restores Their Balanced Or
  • In This Article
  • We Extend A Method Due To Draper And Stoneman To Estimate The Missing Observations From Unreplicated
  • The Missing Observations
  • Which Can Either Be From The Same Whole Plot
  • From Different Whole Plots
  • Or Comprise Entire Whole Plots
  • Are Estimated By Equating To Zero A Number Of Specific Contrast Columns Equal To The Number Of The M
  • These Estimates Are Inserted Into The Design Table And The Estimates For The Remaining Effects (Or A
  • If The Smaller Effects Do Not Point At The Origin
  • Then Different Contrast Columns To Some Or All Of The Initial Ones Should Be Discarded And The Plots
  • Using Examples
  • We Show How The Method Provides Estimates For The Missing Observations That Are Very Close To Their
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Abstract

Estimation of Missing Observations in Two-Level Split-Plot Designs - DTU Orbit (27/02/14) Estimation of Missing Observations in Two-Level Split-Plot Designs - DTU Orbit (27/02/14) Almimi, Ashraf A.; Kulahci, Murat; Montgomery, Douglas C. / Estimation of Missing Observations in Two-Level Split-Plot Designs. In: Quality and Reliability Engineering International, Vol. 24, No. 2, 2008, p. 127-152. Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2008

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