Latin square


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Latin square

[′lat·ən ′skwer]
(mathematics)
An n × n square array of n different symbols, each symbol appearing once in each row and once in each column; these symbols prove useful in ordering the observations of an experiment.
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Data from the feeding trial were analyzed according to Latin Square Design using GLM procedure of MINITAB(r) (version 16.
The square on the left below contains four ChD words, but only two different letters are used so it is not a Latin square.
Example: Given S = {A,B} we have 2 Latin Squares of Order(2)
If a square contains a Latin Square properly the square is called a Smarandache Mukti-Square or SMS.
Data were analysed separately for each experiment as 4 x 4 Latin squares using the MIXED procedure of SAS.
From the standpoint of Latin square experimental designs, therefore, the logical question to ask would be: what choice of m < n would meet a suboptimality criterion, e.
For each size of Latin square grid, you can create a number of different answers which will work.
double dagger]) Cultivar served as one of the check cultivars in the Latin square design.
For example, a Latin square with four levels of the variable looks like the following (see Appendix table 11 for other sizes):
We rotated the augmentation treatments daily among sets of three stations according to a Latin square design, to assess the foraging behavior of the squirrels under the various treatments of extra food.
Alternatively, a balanced Latin square, as shown in Table 1, was used for ordering treatment conditions.
a Latin square design can be used so that each input factor is assigned once to each driving frequency.