Experimental Designs: Exercises and Solutions
This volume is a collection of exercises with their solutions in Design and Analysis of Experiments. At present there is not a single book which collects such exercises. Theseexercises have been collected by the authors during the last four decadesduring their student and teaching years. They should prove useful to graduate students and research workers in Statistics. In Chapter I, theoretical results that are needed for understanding the material in this book, are given. Chapter 2 lists the exercises which have been collected by the authors. The solutions of these problems are given in Chapter 3. Finally an index is provided for quick reference. Grateful appreciation for financial support for Dr. Kabe's research at St. Mary's University is extended to National Research Council of Canada and St. May's Uni versity Senate Research Committee. For his visit to the Department ofMathematics and Statistics the authors are thankful to the Bowling Green State University.
Provides a collection of exercises together with their solutions in design and analysis of experimentsThese exercises have been collected during the authors teaching courses over a long period of time