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.
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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.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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The LC operational conditions were the same for all levels in the factorial experiments: 2-uL injection volume, 0.2 mL/min mobile phase flowrate, and 50-50 split aqueous-organic mobile phase composition.
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.
In the first stage, the ANOVA was carried out by using the statistical tool Minitab 15 with the Taguchi method as the DOE, in order to screen out the IMPP having a great influence on the two objectives, and then significant IMPP were obtained for full factorial experiments. In the second stage, the M-SVR and BPNN models were built and then trained and tested according to the data from full factorial experiments, to obtain the mapping relationships between key IMPP and objectives.
These experimental simulations belong to a group of designs known as [2.sup.k] factorial experiments (designs), where k is the number of parameters being studied (Quinao & Zarrouk, 2014).
Screening of sowing times and plant to plant distance: A conventional bitter gourd cultivar green long was sown at the campus research area of University of Agriculture Faisalabad during 2005 following two factor factorial experiments under a randomized complete block design with three repeats.
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., 2009).
Among their topics are editing data sets, graphs and charts, mixed factorial experiments, the analysis of covariance (ANCOVA), and analyzing multiway frequency tables.