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I-optimal mixture designs

GOOS, Peter; JONES, Bradley; SYAFITRI, Utami;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2013
  • Country: Belgium
Abstract
Abstract: In mixture experiments, the factors under study are proportions of the ingredients of a mixture. The special nature of the factors in a mixture experiment necessitates specific types of regression models, and specific types of experimental designs. Al- though mixture experiments usually are intended to predict the response(s) for all possible formulations of the mixture and to identify optimal proportions for each of the ingredients, little research has been done concerning their I-optimal design. This is surprising given that I-optimal designs minimize the average variance of prediction and, therefore, seem more appropriate for mixture experiments tha...
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free text keywords: Economics, D-optimality, IV-optimality, Moments matrix, Q-optimality, Simplex-lattice designs, Simplex-centroid designs, V-optimality
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