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Controlling IER, EER, and FDR In Replicated Regular Two-Level Factorial Designs Open Access
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false discovery rate
individual error rate
replicated factorial experiments
experimentwise error rate
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University of Alberta
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Akinlawon, Oludotun J
- Supervisor and department
Li, Pengfei (Mathematical and Statistical Sciences)
Karunamuni, Rohana (Mathematical and Statistical Sciences)
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Zhang, Peng (Mathematical and Statistical Sciences)
Yuan, Yan (Public Health)
Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
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Master of Science
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Replicated regular two-level factorial experiments
are very useful for industry.
The basic purpose of this type of experiments
is to identify active effects that affect the mean and variance of the response.
Hypothesis testing procedures are widely used for this purpose.
However, the existing methods give results that are either too liberal or too
conservative in controlling the individual and experimentwise error
rates (IER and EER respectively).
In this thesis, we propose a resampling procedure and
an exact-variance method for
identifying active effects for the mean and variance of the response, respectively.
Monte Carlo studies show that our proposed
methods perform extremely well in terms of controlling the IER and
We also extend our proposed methods to control the false discovery rate.
Two real data sets were used as case study to illustrate the performance of the proposed methods.
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