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Analyzing Unreplicated Factorials Using the n Smallest Contrasts (Computer programs)

Summary: Schneider, Kasperski, and Weissfeld (1993) proposed a censored sampling approach for analyzing unreplicated factorial and fractional factorial experiments. This paper presents a FORTRAN program that implements the Schneider, Kasperski, and Weissfeld methodology to determine the t statistics used for testing the significance of the effect estimates (contrasts), and then performs the test for all of the effects.

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  • Topics: Data Quality, Design of Experiments
  • Keywords: Censored data,Hypothesis testing,Factorial experiments
  • Author: Kasperski, William J.; Schneider, Helmut; Johnson, Keith L.
  • Journal: Journal of Quality Technology