factorial experiments

fac·to·ri·al ex·per·i·ments

an experimental design in which two or more series of treatments are tried in all combinations.

fac·to·ri·al ex·per·i·ments

(fak-tōr'ē-ăl eks-per'i-mĕnts)
An experimental design in which two or more series of treatments are tried in all combinations.
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During factorial experiments, the response values for all the TC concentrations were observed and analyzed.
The paper demonstrates use of tools such as the IPO (Input-Process-Output) diagram, Cause and Effect Diagram, Fractional Factorial Experiments and Full Factorial Experiments.
Other useful exploratory analysis tools for factorial experiments include main effects plots, interaction plots, and a normal probability plot of the estimated effects.
The advantages of factorial experiments include relatively low cost, a reduced number of experiments, and increased possibilities to evaluate interactions among the variables (Al-Degs, 2012; Tekbas, et al.
Among their topics are editing data sets, graphs and charts, mixed factorial experiments, the analysis of covariance (ANCOVA), and analyzing multiway frequency tables.
To set optimal technological parameters of lipid-rich model wastewater cleaning, 4 series of factorial experiments with 16 parallel tests in each were done.
Systematic Methods of Analyzing 2n3m Factorial Experiments with Applications," Technometrics, vol.
In agricultural experiments, when the simultaneous effect of two or more factors on a given characteristic of interest is the focus of a study, factorial experiments are the most common and useful types of experimentation (YASSIN et al.
The turning is performed on the machined steel C45, applying the methods of planning of poly factorial experiments, using as cutting tool the ceramic insertsMC2 of the Hertell company.
1) A good correlation was present between the results obtained from the Taguchi's fractional factorial approach and the full factorial experiments.