Woods, D. C. and Lewis, S. M.
Designing experiments for binary data using search algorithms
In Proceedings of the 55th Session of the International Statistical Institute, Sydney
5-12 April 2005.
International Statistical Institute. 4 pp.
In some experiments in the physical and biological sciences, a binary response is of primary
interest and is often described by a generalized linear model. Examples include experiments in
food technology and studies in chemistry where the outcome is whether or not a salt is formed
in a chemical reaction. For such experiments, designs that are e±cient under the assumption
of a linear model may be inadequate for the description and prediction of the response. The
generation of designs using a search algorithm is addressed for completely randomized designs
when a generalized linear model describes the response. A method of assessing the designs is
discussed and illustrated by examples.
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|Venue - Dates:
||55th Session of the International Statistical Institute, 2005-04-05 - 2005-04-12
|12 April 2005||Published|
||06 Jun 2005
||16 Apr 2017 23:26
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