Equivalence of Fractional Factorial Designs

@inproceedings{Clark2003EquivalenceOF,
  title={Equivalence of Fractional Factorial Designs},
  author={James B. Clark and Angela M. Dean},
  year={2003}
}
Two designs for a fractional factorial experiment are equivalent if one can be obtained from the other by reordering the treatment combinations, relabeling the factors and relabeling the factor levels. Designs can be viewed as sets of points in pdimensional space, where p is the number of factors. It is shown that, in this setting, two designs are equivalent if the Hamming distances between the points are the same in all possible dimensions. An algorithm is given, based on this representation… CONTINUE READING

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