RESEARCH ARTICLE


On a Preferred Design in Regression



D. R. Jensen, D. E. Ramirez*
Department of Mathematics, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 22903, USA.


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Abstract

Corrections are given to common misconceptions regarding the use of centered and uncentered regressors, and of meanings to be ascribed to A –, D– and E –criteria in evaluating two such designs.

Keywords: Correction, centered and uncentered regressors, design preference.