The Application of Statistical Methods to the Design and Analysis of Experiments.

by David S. Stoller

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A survey of the criteria, designs, and analyses of tests (in statistics and operations research) which are applicable to experimental design and analysis. (Published in H. C. Carroll and W. A. Wildhack (eds.), Proving Ground Instrumentation, 1955, American Ordnance Association, Washington, D.C., June 1955.)

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