Tests When Errors are Correlated in a Randomized Block Design
SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIV DALLAS TX DEPT OF STATISTICAL SCIENCE
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Consider a randomized block design where the errors are correlated within a block but are independent from block to block. The theory for testing the significance for the treatment effects was done by Box 1954 and Geisser and Greenhouse 1958, and a partial solution was given by Gray ill 1954. A more general solution to this problem is now presented and several test procedures are derived.
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