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Some important classes of generalized neighbor designs for linear blocks. (English) Zbl 1364.05017
Summary: In this paper, some infinite series of generalized neighbor designs are constructed for the linear blocks which are useful to balance out the neighbor effects for the cases where (a) one of the \(v\) treatments has some neighbor effects with other treatments, while remaining \((v-1)\) treatments have half of that neighbor effect among selves, (b) some of the \(v\) treatments have some neighbor effect with other treatments, while remaining treatments have half of that neighbor effect among themselves, (c) one of the \(v\) treatments has some neighbor effect with other treatments, while remaining \((v-1)\) treatments have double of that effect among themselves, and (d) some of the \(v\) treatments have some neighbor effect with other, while remaining treatments have double of it among themselves.
MSC:
05B05 Combinatorial aspects of block designs
62K10 Statistical block designs
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