Browsing by Author "John, J.A."

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  • Construction of resolvable spatial row-column designs

    Williams, E.R.; John, J.A.; Whitaker, David (2006)
    Resolvable row–column designs are widely used in field trials to control variation and improve the precision of treatment comparisons. Further gains can often be made by using a spatial model or a combination of spatial ...

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  • αₙ-Designs

    Ruggiero, Katya (The University of Waikato, 2000)
    This thesis defines a broad class of resolvable incomplete block designs for multifactor experiments, called αₙ-designs. A general methodology for their construction is described and is shown to be a natural extension of ...
  • Variety trials in two-dimensional layouts

    Wright, Carole (The University of Waikato, 2004)
    This thesis shows that efficient resolvable row-column designs can be constructed quickly by using properties of both the contraction and the dual design. The method of constructing the contraction of a r-replicate resolvable ...