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Fixed Effects Analysis of Variance covers the mathematical theory of the fixed effects analysis of variance. The book discusses the theoretical ideas and some applications of the analysis of variance. The text then describes topics such as the t-test; two-sample t-test; the k-sample comparison of means (one-way analysis of variance); the balanced two-way factorial design without interaction; estimation and factorial designs; and the Latin square. Confidence sets, simultaneous confidence intervals, and multiple comparisons; orthogonal and nonorthologonal designs; and multiple regression analysis and related matters are also encompassed. Mathematicians, statisticians, and students taking related courses will find the book useful.
2 The T-Test
3 Two-Sample T-Test
4 The K-Sample Comparison Of Means (One-Way Analysis Of Variance)
Summary and Generalization
5 The Balanced Two-Way Factorial Design Without Interaction
6 Estimation And More On Factorial Designs
7 The Latin Square
8 Confidence Sets, Simultaneous Confidence Intervals, and Multiple Comparisons One-Dimensional Case
Simultaneous Confidence Intervals Using
The S-Method of Simultaneous Confidence Intervals
T-Type Simultaneous Confidence Intervals
9 Orthogonal And Nonorthogonal Designs, Efficiency
10 Multiple Regression Analysis And Related Matters
1 Review Of Linear Algebra And Vector Space Theory
2 Tables Of Statistical Distributions
Table 1 Critical Values for the t- and Normal Distributions
Table 2 Critical Values for the F-Distribution
Table 3 Critical Values for the Studentized Range from a Normal Distribution
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- © Academic Press 1978
- 1st January 1978
- Academic Press
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Arizona State University, Tempe, U.S.A.
Bowling Green State University