Small Three-Level Second-Order Designs With Orthogonal Blocks
Using suitable incomplete block designs with block size three, orthogonally blocked three-level second-order designs are proposed. These designs have reasonably high D-efficiencies and are often much smaller than the existing designs, in terms of block size and/or the total number of points.
KeywordsBlocking Incomplete block designs D-efficiency
AMS Subject Classification62K20
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