Design and Analysis of Fractional Factorial Experiments From the Viewpoint of Computational Algebraic Statistics
We give an expository review of applications of computational algebraic statistics to design and analysis of fractional factorial experiments based on our recent works. For the purpose of design, the techniques of Gröbner bases and indicator functions allow us to treat fractional factorial designs without distinction between regular designs and nonregular designs. For the purpose of analysis of data from fractional factorial designs, the techniques of Markov bases allow us to handle discrete observations. Thus the approach of computational algebraic statistics greatly enlarges the scope of fractional factorial designs.
AMS Subject Classification62K15
KeywordsGröbner bases Indicator function Nonregular designs
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