## Statistical Analysis of Designed Experiments, Third EditionThis book is the third revised and updated English edition of the German textbook \Versuchsplanung und Modellwahl" by Helge Toutenburg which was based on more than 15 years experience of lectures on the course \- sign of Experiments" at the University of Munich and interactions with the statisticians from industries and other areas of applied sciences and en- neering. This is a type of resource/ reference book which contains statistical methods used by researchers in applied areas. Because of the diverse ex- ples combined with software demonstrations it is also useful as a textbook in more advanced courses, The applications of design of experiments have seen a signi?cant growth in the last few decades in di?erent areas like industries, pharmaceutical sciences, medical sciences, engineering sciences etc. The second edition of this book received appreciation from academicians, teachers, students and applied statisticians. As a consequence, Springer-Verlag invited Helge Toutenburg to revise it and he invited Shalabh for the third edition of the book. In our experience with students, statisticians from industries and - searchers from other ?elds of experimental sciences, we realized the importance of several topics in the design of experiments which will - crease the utility of this book. Moreover we experienced that these topics are mostly explained only theoretically in most of the available books. |

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### Contents

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2 Comparison of Two Samples | 21 |

3 The Linear Regression Model | 45 |

4 SingleFactor Experiments with Fixed and Random Eects | 112 |

5 More Restrictive Designs | 159 |

6 Incomplete Block Designs | 181 |

7 Multifactor Experiments | 245 |

8 Models for CategoricalResponse Variables | 329 |

9 Repeated Measures Model | 394 |

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analysis of variance association scheme assume assumption BIBD binary response block design block effects carryIover effect coefﬁcient column comparison completely randomized design conﬁdence intervals confounded contingency table correlation covariance matrix crossIover deﬁned deﬁnite degrees of freedom denote df MS F eigenvalues error Example experimental Factor factorial experiment ﬁnd ﬁrst associates ﬁxed effects function given Hence hypothesis H0 idempotent incomplete block designs inﬂuence interaction interblock intrablock analysis linear model logit main effects means method ML estimates normal distribution null hypothesis obtained orthogonal PBIBD plots procedure Proof random effects rank rank(A replicates residuals response values response variable sample saturated model second associates signiﬁcant speciﬁc squares due SSError SSTotal Studentized residuals sum of squares symmetric test statistic Theorem tItest Toutenburg treatment combinations treatment effect twoIfactorial twoIsided unbiased estimator univariate variance table vector