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AB - A development of the theory of optimum experimental design is presented. The notation and proofs are in terms commonly used by statisticians, rather than in the earlier measure theory terms. The D-optimality equivalence theorem is extended to the singular case, and similar results derived for a number of other criteria. Atwood's theorem for special n-tic polynomials is extended to the case where not all parameters are of interest. Finally methods of constructing optimal designs are considered and extended to allow deletion of unsatisfactory points, and some numerical examples are included.
N2 - A development of the theory of optimum experimental design is presented. The notation and proofs are in terms commonly used by statisticians, rather than in the earlier measure theory terms. The D-optimality equivalence theorem is extended to the singular case, and similar results derived for a number of other criteria. Atwood's theorem for special n-tic polynomials is extended to the case where not all parameters are of interest. Finally methods of constructing optimal designs are considered and extended to allow deletion of unsatisfactory points, and some numerical examples are included.
M3 - Doctoral
PY - 1975
KW - Mathematical optimisation
PB - Massey University
AU - Thomas, Vernon John
TI - The application of matrix theory to optimal design experiments : a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Massey University
LA - en
VL - Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
DA - 1975
UR - http://hdl.handle.net/10179/3843
ER -