Experimental Designs Balanced for the Estimation of Residual Effects of Treatments

@inproceedings{Williams1949ExperimentalDB,
  title={Experimental Designs Balanced for the Estimation of Residual Effects of Treatments},
  author={Ej Williams},
  year={1949}
}
Where an experiment can be carried out by applying different treatments in succession to the same unit of experimental material, accurate comparisons can be made between the effects of different treatments. To allow for the residual effect of previous treatments on the result obtained for any given treatment, it is desirable to adjust the results for such effects. Methods of constructing balanced designs for the estimation of these residual effects are described in this paper, and are… CONTINUE READING

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