The Performance of Step-Wise Group Screening Designs

M.M. Manene, Simwa Simwa

Abstract


In this paper we evaluate the performance of step-wise group screening designs in which group-factors contain an equal number of factors in the initial step.  A usual assumption in group screening designs is that the directions of possible effects are known a-priori. In practice, however, this assumption is unreasonable. We shall examine step-wise group screening designs without errors in observations when this assumption is relaxed. We shall consider cancellations of effects within group-factors. The performance of step-wise group-screening designs shall then be compared with the performance of multistage group screening designs.

 


Keywords


Step-wise designs, group-factors, initial step, subsequent steps, cancellation of effects, screening efficiency.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24200/squjs.vol10iss0pp101-115

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