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Erdbrügge, Martina
Kunert, Joachim
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Technical Report 2000,49
In this paper we examine two widely used methods to obtain a transformation in Taguchi experiments, namely the lambda plot and the beta technique. We consider different situations with contrasts influencing the mean and / or the variance of the response. Our simulation study reveals that the variation of the b-Method proposed by Kunert and Lehmkuhl (1998) is a good compromise in terms of meeting the confidence level and identifying active effects.
lambda plot
beta technique
adjustment effects
location effects
dispersion effects
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Working Paper

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