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Estimable functions of mixed models
Choi, Jaesung;
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This paper discusses how to establish estimable functions when there are fixed and random effects in design models. It proves that estimable functions of mixed models are not related to random effects. A fitting constants method is used to obtain sums of squares due to random effects and Hartley's synthesis is used to calculate coefficients of variance components. To test about the fixed effects the degrees of freedom associated with divisor are determined by means of the Satterthwaite approximation.
mixed model;estimable function;fitting constants method;Type I sum of squares;synthesis;
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