Two-level Supersaturated Designs: A Review
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Supersaturated Designs (SSDs) are fractional factorial designs in which the run size is not enough to estimate the main effects of all the factors in the experiment. Two-level SSDs have been studied extensively in the literature. The thrust of research has been on obtaining lower bounds to the value of E(s2), a measure of departure from orthogonality, and constructing designs that attain these lower bounds. The focus of this paper is to review the literature on two-level SSDs.
Key-wordsSSD Optimality criteria Supersaturated design
AMS Subject Classification62K15 62K05 62K99
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