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Understanding the Influence of Several Factors on a Cylindrical Response

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This article examines the influence of several input factors on the relationship between bivariate responses with one directional and one linear component. A model based on the circular-linear form suggested by Mardia and Sutton for factorial designs with a cylindrical response is presented. Also discussed is a strategy adapted from backwards stepwise regression for obtaining a model that highlights numerically and graphically the main and interaction effects. The proposed method is used to analyze data from an experiment involving the balancing of automotive flywheels.

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  • Topics: Design of Experiments
  • Keywords: Factorial experiments,Multiresponse experiment
  • Author: Anderson-Cook, Christine M.
  • Journal: Journal of Quality Technology