factorial experiment


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factorial experiment

an experiment in which all treatments are varied together rather than one at a time, so the effect of each or combinations of several can be isolated and measured.

factorial experiment

see factorial experiment.

factorial experiment design
a design for an experiment in which all levels of each controlled variable are included with all levels of the others.
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Experimental data of degraded grease at final series of factorial experiments (mean values of 2 repeated experiments) and the statistical model predictions are given in Table 1.
CONSTRUCTION OF px3x2 ASYMMETRICAL FACTORIAL EXPERIMENTS BY SARDANA AND DAS:
A requirement for factorial experiments is that each cell must have an equal number of observations (n's).
The error using an L8 Taguchi standard matrix instead of a full factorial experiment is less than 1%.
However, in the main factorial experiment, physicians were significantly less certain of the CHD diagnosis for female patients.
A complete 3 x 3 factorial experiment with 10 replicates per cell was conducted to evaluate the factors on the load resistance capability of T-shaped, end-to-face joint.
This simply amounts to studying a fraction of all possible combinations described by the complete factorial experiment.
To determine the effects of seed rate on yield components of three cultivars of rapeseed fall and planting them in the test treatments and variety, Factorial experiment in randomized complete block design in three replicates in which the seed rate in 3 levels: 10, 7, 4 Kg/ha in 3 levels and varieties, including goliath, Option 500, Hyola 308.