This volume provides a collection of exercises together with their solutions in design and analysis of experiments. The theoretical results, essential for understanding, are given first. These exercises have been collected during the authors teaching courses over a long period of time. These are particularly helpful to the students studying the design of experiments and instructors and researchers engaged in the teaching and research of design by experiment.
From the reviews:
"This interesting book provides a collection of theoretical exercises with solutions for instructors of graduate-level design of experiments classes. ... The authors suggest that the book is suitable for graduate students of statistics and research workers. ... This could be an interesting book for instructors of design and analysis of experiments classes looking to build their collection of available problems." (Christine M. Anderson-Cook, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 103 (481), 2008)