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Response surface designs

Response surface designs

Bulletin, Commonwealth Bureau of Pastures and Field Crops 50: 11-32

The advantages and drawbacks in agricultural applications of the class of designs introduced by G.E.P. Box and his co-workers during the fifties are discussed.

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