Canadian Journal of Statistics

Three‐level regular designs with general minimum lower‐order confounding

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Abstract

In this paper, we extend the general minimum lower‐order confounding (GMC) criterion to the case of three‐level designs. First, we review the relationship between GMC and other criteria. Then we introduce an aliased component‐number pattern (ACNP) and a three‐level GMC criterion via the consideration of component effects, and obtain some results on the new criterion. All the 27‐run GMC designs, 81‐run GMC designs with factor numbers equation image and 243‐run GMC designs with resolution equation image or higher are tabulated. The Canadian Journal of Statistics 41: 192–210; 2013 © 2012 Statistical Society of Canada

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