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Evaluation of the Degree of the Orthogonality of 2-level Resolution-V Designs Constructed by Balanced Arrays
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Evaluation of the Degree of the Orthogonality of 2-level Resolution-V Designs Constructed by Balanced Arrays
Kim, Sang-Ik;
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 Abstract
Balanced arrays which are generalized orthogonal arrays, introduced by Chakravarti (1956) can be used to construct the fractional factorial designs. Especially for 2-level factorials, balanced arrays with strength 4 are identical to the resolution-V fractional designs. In this paper criteria for evaluation the degree of the orthogonality of balanced arrays of 2-levels with strength 4 are developed and some application methods of the suggested criteria are discussed. As a result, in this paper, we introduce the constructing methods of near orthogonal saturated balanced resolution-V fractional 2-level factorial designs.
 Keywords
Orthogonal arrays;balanced arrays;fractional designs;resolution;
 Language
Korean
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