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Slope-Rotatability in Axial Directions for Second Order Response Surface Designs
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 Title & Authors
Slope-Rotatability in Axial Directions for Second Order Response Surface Designs
Jang Dae-Heung;
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 Abstract
Hader and Park(l978) suggested the concept of slope-rotatability in axial directions for second order response surface designs. In this paper, the moment conditions for slope-rotatability in axial directions are shown and the measures for evaluating slope-rotatability in axial directions are proposed.
 Keywords
rotatability;slope-rotatability in axial directions;slope-rotatability over all directions;slope variance measure;
 Language
English
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