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Extended m-triangular designs and their application as three factor mating designs



Extended m-triangular designs and their application as three factor mating designs



Journal of the Indian Society of Agricultural Statisticsrec'd 1985; 35(2): 1-14



The triangular association scheme of R. C. Bose & T. Shimamoto (see Ann. Math. Stat. (1952) 24, 167-195) is extended to a 5 associate class known as the extended m-triangular association (EMT) scheme.

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