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Deciphering All Those Minimum Aberration Criteria for Experimental Designs

Summary: [This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.] Since the concept of minimum aberration was proposed for regular two-level fractional factorial designs, there have been attempts to extend the criterion to wider applications. Recently, many minimum aberration criteria definitions have been developed, but they have not been widely used in real-world situations. This study provides examples that illustrate the advantages, limitations, and relationships of the minimum aberration definitions.

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  • Topics: Design of Experiments, Statistical Process Control (SPC)
  • Keywords: Design of experiments (DOE), Fractional factorial design, Mixed-level designs, Aberration
  • Author: Guo, Yong; Simpson, James R.; Pignatiello Jr., Joseph J.
  • Journal: Quality Engineering