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Optimal design of experiments. (reprint, 1993).

0898716047

Optimal design of experiments. (reprint, 1993)

Pukelsheim, Friedrich.

SIAM

2006

454 pages

$99.00

Paperback

Classics in applied mathematics; 50

QA279

Pukelsheim (stochastics and its applications, U. of Augsburg, Germany) called his work Optimality Theory of Experimental Designs in Linear Models, but discovered that English publishers were not so enamored with such long names as German publishers were. Still, it gets the point across that he is dealing with the linear model, the simplest statistical model, where the results are strongest; and with the theory of optimal experiment design. Since the 1993 publication by J. Wiley, New York, his results have been used to derive optimal designs on the circle, optimal mixture designs, or optimal designs in other linear statistical models.

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