Journal of the American Statistical Association volume 78, issue 384, P827-836 1983 DOI: 10.1080/01621459.1983.10477028 View full text
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K. R. Gabriel, W. J. Hall

Abstract: An idea due to Quade (1973) is used to develop a method that reduces the computational load for rerandomization inferences in certain situations, and, for experiments carried out with a sufficiently small reference set of randomizations, makes computations entirely feasible. Consider an experimental design for N units for which an experimental plan E is to be chosen randomly from a set of K plans. Plan E will assign treatment dosage dE,u to unit u with postulated additive effect BdE,u reflected in the observa…

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