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Bounds on the maximum number of clear two-factor interactions for \(2^{m-p}\) designs of resolution III and IV. (English) Zbl 0999.62059
Summary: The authors derive upper and lower bounds on the maximum number of clear two-factor interactions in \(2^{m-p}\) fractional factorial designs of resolution III and IV. A two-factor interaction is said to be clear if it is not aliased with any main effect or with any other two-factor interactions. The lower bounds are obtained by exhibiting specific designs. By comparing the bounds with the values of the maximum number of clear two-factor interactions in cases where it is known, one concludes that the construction methods perform quite well.

MSC:
62K15 Factorial statistical designs
62K25 Robust parameter designs
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