Cross Additivity in Balanced Cross Nesting Models
Commutative Jordan Algebras were used to carry out inference for mixed models with balanced cross nesting in which the variance components for interactions between sets of fixed effects and random effects are null.
AMS Subject Classification62k15
KeywordsCross Additivity Balanced Cross Nesting Commutative Jordan Algebra
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