An approach to measuring rotatability in central composite designs

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  • Abstract

    An approach to measure design rotatability and a measure, that quantifies the percentage of rotatability (from 0 to 100) in the central composite designs are introduced. This new approach is quite different from the ones provided by previous authors which assessed design rotatability by the viewing of tediously obtained contour diagrams. This new approach has not practical limitations, and the measure is very easy to compute. Some examples were used to express this approach.

  • Keywords

    Central Composite Designs; Design Rotatability; Near Rotatable Designs; Perfectly Rotatable Designs; Second-Order Response-Surface Designs.

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Article ID: 4657
DOI: 10.14419/ijasp.v3i2.4657

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