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 Title & Authors
Variance Components of Nested Designs
Choi, Jaesung;
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 Abstract
This paper discusses nested design models when nesting occurs in treatment structure and design structure. Some are fixed and others are random; subsequently, the fixed factors having a nested design structure are assumed to be nested in the random factors. The treatment structure can involve random and fixed effects as well as a design structure that can involve several sizes of experimental units. This shows how to use projections for sums of squares by fitting the model in a stepwise procedure. Expectations of sums of squares are obtained via synthesis. Variance components of the nested design model are estimated by the method of moments.
 Keywords
variance components;nested structure;projection;type I sums of squares;synthesis;
 Language
Korean
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