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D-optimal designs for multinomial experiments

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Design and Analysis of Experiments

Consider a multinomial experiment where the value of a response variable falls in one of k classes. The k classes are not assumed to have a hierarchical structure. Let ij represent the probability that the ith experimental unit gives a response that falls in the jth class. By modelling ln(ij=i1) as a linear function of the values of m predictor variables, we may analyse the results of the experiment using a Generalized Linear Model.

We describe the construction of D-optimal experimental designs for use in such an experiment. Difficulties in obtaining these designs will be described, together with attempts to overcome these obstacles.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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