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Designs without replicates are special designs such that for each a* E V* there is exactly one l E C such that (a*, l) E V. Two designs are isomorphic if their associated unreplicated designs coincide and there is a bijection between the two designs. In general, the unreplicated design V* is obtained by projecting V onto the first d factors. The operation of projection does Replications with Grabner Bases 39 not take into account the number of replicates. 2 below). 1 Let VCRd X £ be a design.

4) is A-optimal if and only if (i) X~lnl =a(b-2r)lv and (ii) X~XI = (nl + ab - 4a(r - A»Iv + a(4r - 4A - b)lvl~. 1 it is obvious that all diagonal elements of the matrix X~ Xl are equal to nl. This implies that all elements of the matrix Xl are different from O. 2 it follows immediately that -nl :\$ a(b - 2r) :\$ nl. Now, let a(b - 2r) = -nl. e. X = [lnl -lnll~ Ib 2N' -lbl~ ] . 9) is nonsingular. 4), is A-optimal if and only if ab+ nl = 2ar. 4) B. , K. Katulska 34 and r = 2,\. 5) Proof. 4), we have l.

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