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 Title & Authors
Modelling for Repeated Measures Data with Composite Covariance Structures
Lee, Jae-Hoon; Park, Tae-Sung;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we investigated the composite covariance structure models for repeated measures data with multiple repeat factors. When the number of repeat factors is more than three, it is infeasible to fit the composite covariance models using the existing statistical packages. In order to fit the composite covariance structure models to real data, we proposed two approaches: the dimension reduction approach for repeat factors and the random effect model approximation approach. Our proposed approaches were illustrated by using the blood pressure data with three repeat factors obtained from 883 subjects.
 Keywords
Repeat measures data;composite covariance structure;random effect;repeat factor;
 Language
Korean
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일반화가능도 디자인에 의한 반복측정 실험설계의 모형 생성 및 확장,최성운;

대한안전경영과학회지, 2011. vol.13. 2, pp.195-202
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