factorial design


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factorial design

[fak′tȯr·ē·əl di‚zīn]
(statistics)
A design for an experiment that allows the experimenter to find out the effect levels of each factor on levels of all the other factors.
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The factorial design resulted in four groups: nonsmokers-without dyslipidemia (NS-ND) (n=12), nonsmokers with dyslipidemia (NS-D) (n=29), smokers without dyslipidemia (S-ND) (n=7), and smokers with dyslipidemia (S-D) (n=15).
The general factorial design of experiment was used to compare the signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio of different conditions using the following factors: column characteristics, ionization mode, organic phase, and aqueous phase.
Optimum composition was determined as 23% nickel oxide, 3% binder and 3% plasticizer according to analyze two level experimental factorial design and response surface optimization technique.
The objective of this work is to obtain the optimized welding parameters through the full factorial design of experiments methodology and also the interactions of each welding variables on the weld strength has been studied.
Current study aims at optimizing xylanase production by Aspergillus niger using pulp industry wastewater, with independent variables analyzed by factorial design.
Tenders are invited for This funding opportunity announcement (foa) will support a factorial design randomized controlled trial (rct) to evaluate the effectiveness of assessment, feedback, incentives, exchange (afix) and remote physician-to-physician (p2p) vaccine provider engagement strategies to increase adolescent human papillomavirus (hpv) vaccination rates and monitor the impact of immunization service delivery of other adolescent vaccines, i.
The CORONIS trial, in which investigators randomly assigned almost 16,000 women from 7 countries (Argentina, Chile, Ghana, India, Kenya, Pakistan, and Sudan), used a sophisticated factorial design and followed up 13,153 (84%) of the women for 3 years.
A full factorial design was used to determine the optimal carbon and nitrogen sources, which allows for a clear selection of the best carbon and nitrogen sources.
The effect of ash weight fraction, pressing pressure, and heat treatment temperature on the physical and chemical properties of ceramics is investigated by applying a 23 full factorial design methodology.
Specific topics include logistics geostrategy as a decision factor in locating a multimodal logistics platform, operational risk management in third party logistics, factorial design for reducing variation in plastic parts weight: plastic parts weight and injection molding, using lean-Sigma for integrating two products during a ramp-up event, and optimizing the reconfiguration of machining desktop micro-factory based on a scheduling simulation.