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Derivation of a Simplified Measure of Slope Rotatability for a Particular Class of Response Surface Designs
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 Title & Authors
Derivation of a Simplified Measure of Slope Rotatability for a Particular Class of Response Surface Designs
Kim, Hyuk Joo; Park, Sung Hyun; Kim, Tae-Sung;
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 Abstract
Slope rotatability of response surface designs is a desirable property when we are interested in estimating slopes of response surfaces. In this paper, we derive a simplified measure of slope rotatability from new viewpoints for response surface designs that are frequently used in response surface methodology.
 Keywords
Response surface design;Slope variance;Slope rotatability.;
 Language
Korean
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