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Further results on orthogonal array plus one run plans. (English) Zbl 1127.62386
Summary: This paper considers the issue of optimality of orthogonal array plus one run plans under generalized criteria of type 1 which include the D-, A-, and E-criteria. Our results, in conjunction with those of R. Mukerjee [Ann. Stat. 27, No. 1, 82–93 (1999; Zbl 0932.62083)] cover all orthogonal arrays of strength two and involving up to 100 rows, except perhaps those having 72 rows, and thus almost completely settle the problem for resolution III plans over a practical range.

MSC:
62K05 Optimal statistical designs
62K15 Factorial statistical designs
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