Highly Influential

3 Excerpts

- Published 2003

In a typical experiment, we have a set Ω of experimental units or plots, and (after some preparation) we make a measurement on each plot (for example, the yield of the plot). So the result of the experiment is a function from Ω to the real numbers, that is, an element of the vector space RΩ. The dimension of this vector space is equal to |Ω|, and a basis for the space consists of the characteristic functions of the elements of Ω: these are the functions fα given by

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