Optimum design of experiments for statistical inference

@inproceedings{Gilmour2012OptimumDO,
  title={Optimum design of experiments for statistical inference},
  author={Steven G. Gilmour and Luzia A. Trinca},
  year={2012}
}
One attractive feature of optimum design criteria, such as D- and A-optimality, is that they are directly related to statistically interpretable properties of the designs obtained, such as minimising the volume of a joint confidence region for the parameters. However, the assumed relationships with inferential procedures are valid only if the variance of experimental units is assumed to be known. If the variance is estimated, then the properties of the infer-ences depend also on the number of… CONTINUE READING

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