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Response Surface Methodology

Response Surface Methodology Book reviews 1031 designs, and partly balanced incomplete block designs. invariance, and sufficiency. This text contains more than Chapters 6 and 7 are relatively short for a major topic enough materials for a one-year course, although it has such as statistical design of experiments . Chapter 8 only 400 pages, excluding references, tables and index. focuses on the analysis of frequency or categorical data, The author has done an excellent job in putting theore­ which is basically the analysis of contingency table. tical and applied materials together in one text of a Some asymptotic results for several well-known discrete proper length. As a conclusion, it can be said that Linear distributions are reviewed, as is the Central Limit The­ Statistical Models represents an up-to-date, unified, and orem. Log-linear models as well as logistic models are rigorous treatment of theoretical and applied aspects of studied in this chapter. linear models. It is an excellent text and could be of This book is somewhat different from Arnold ( 1981 ), value to practitioners as well as researchers in this field. which also took the geometric approach. Although cov­ Reference ering most of the standard topics on linear models, Arnold also includes http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png IISE Transactions Taylor & Francis

Response Surface Methodology

IISE Transactions , Volume 28 (12): 2 – Dec 1, 1996

Response Surface Methodology

IISE Transactions , Volume 28 (12): 2 – Dec 1, 1996

Abstract

Book reviews 1031 designs, and partly balanced incomplete block designs. invariance, and sufficiency. This text contains more than Chapters 6 and 7 are relatively short for a major topic enough materials for a one-year course, although it has such as statistical design of experiments . Chapter 8 only 400 pages, excluding references, tables and index. focuses on the analysis of frequency or categorical data, The author has done an excellent job in putting theore­ which is basically the analysis of contingency table. tical and applied materials together in one text of a Some asymptotic results for several well-known discrete proper length. As a conclusion, it can be said that Linear distributions are reviewed, as is the Central Limit The­ Statistical Models represents an up-to-date, unified, and orem. Log-linear models as well as logistic models are rigorous treatment of theoretical and applied aspects of studied in this chapter. linear models. It is an excellent text and could be of This book is somewhat different from Arnold ( 1981 ), value to practitioners as well as researchers in this field. which also took the geometric approach. Although cov­ Reference ering most of the standard topics on linear models, Arnold also includes

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
© 1996 by IIE. All rights reserved.
ISSN
1545-8830
eISSN
0740-817X
DOI
10.1080/15458830.1996.11770760
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Abstract

Book reviews 1031 designs, and partly balanced incomplete block designs. invariance, and sufficiency. This text contains more than Chapters 6 and 7 are relatively short for a major topic enough materials for a one-year course, although it has such as statistical design of experiments . Chapter 8 only 400 pages, excluding references, tables and index. focuses on the analysis of frequency or categorical data, The author has done an excellent job in putting theore­ which is basically the analysis of contingency table. tical and applied materials together in one text of a Some asymptotic results for several well-known discrete proper length. As a conclusion, it can be said that Linear distributions are reviewed, as is the Central Limit The­ Statistical Models represents an up-to-date, unified, and orem. Log-linear models as well as logistic models are rigorous treatment of theoretical and applied aspects of studied in this chapter. linear models. It is an excellent text and could be of This book is somewhat different from Arnold ( 1981 ), value to practitioners as well as researchers in this field. which also took the geometric approach. Although cov­ Reference ering most of the standard topics on linear models, Arnold also includes

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IISE TransactionsTaylor & Francis

Published: Dec 1, 1996

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