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Patterns of Confounding in Factorial Designs
R. A. Bailey
Vol. 64, No. 3 (Dec., 1977), pp. 597-603
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A method is developed for identifying confounded effects in factorial designs, whether symmetrical or asymmetrical, arranged in any of the simple block structures described by Nelder (1965). The dual process gives a method of constructing factorial designs with specified patterns of confounding. Both methods are extensions of those commonly used for symmetrical factorial designs with prime number of levels and a single block category.
Biometrika © 1977 Biometrika Trust