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Incidence matrix is a useful tool for presenting incomplete block designs; however, it is inadequate to use only an incidence matrix in examining whether a certain incomplete block design becomes a balanced incomplete block design or not. We can use a structural matrix as a useful tool to show whether a certain incomplete block design becomes a balanced incomplete block design or not. We propose an augmented incidence matrix and
Balanced incomplete block design;augmented incidence matrix;
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