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1) is an eigenvector corresponding to the zero eigenvalue. If we denote the nonzero eigenvalues of C by d1 , d2 , . . , dt−1 and the corresponding eigenvectors by ξ 1 , ξ 2 , . . , ξ t−1 with ξ i ξ i = 1 (i = 1, 2, . . 13) 9 THE INTRABLOCK ANALYSIS √ or with dt = 0 and ξ t = 1/ t(1, 1, . . 14) di ξ i ξ i i=1 We note that ξ t ξ t = 1 and ξ i ξ t = 0 for i = 1, 2, . . , t − 1. 11). Although there are many methods of finding generalized inverses, we shall consider here one particular method, which is most useful in connection with incomplete block designs, especially balanced and partially balanced incomplete block designs (see following chapters).

1 1 Iri −1 Iri −1 .. 94) Clearly, the likelihood function of z consists of two parts, one for T y, which is free of fixed effects, and one for X V −1 y pertaining to the fixed effects. 97) The resulting equations have no analytic solutions and have to be solved iteratively. We denote the solutions, that is, estimates by γ and σe2 , respectively.

10. 60) is of full rank and the elements of its coefficient matrix depend on the unknown parameters σβ2 and σe2 . 4 Some Special Cases As a special case of the above derivations we mention explicitly the equireplicate, proper design, that is, the design with all ri = r and all kj = k. 68) for two special cases: 1. 7) for the intrablock analysis. This means, of course, that in this case no interblock information is available. This is entirely plausible and suggests further that for “large” σβ2 the interblock information is very weak and perhaps not worthwhile considering.

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