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 Title & Authors
3-Level Response Surface Design by Using Expanded Spherical Experimental Region
Kim, Ha-Yan; Lee, Woo-Sun;
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 Abstract
Response surface methodology(RSM) is a very useful statistical techniques for improving and optimizing the product process. By this reason, RSM has been utilized extensively in the industrial world, particularly in the circumstances where several product variables potentially influence some quality characteristic of the product. In order to estimate the optimal condition of product variables, an experiment is being conducted defining appropriate experimental region. However, this experimental region can vary with the experimental circumstances and choice of a researcher. Response surface designs can be classified, according to the shape of the experimental region, into spherical and cuboidal. In the spherical case, the design is either rotatable or very near-rotatable. The central composite design(CCD)s widely used in RSM is an example of 5-level and spherical design. The cuboidal CCDs(CCDs with ${\alpha}
 Keywords
Spherical design;cuboidal design;3-level design;rotatability;
 Language
Korean
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