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Predominantly put forward by Kiefer (1985)). Here, the main construction principle for a well designed experimental plan is as follows. Asserting hypothesis-testing or parameter estimation as the aim of the experiment, the task remains to take a (possibly given) number of measurements in a way, that either the power of the test or the precision of the estimator is maximized. g. to a certain experimental region), etc. usually enter as side-conditions of the maximization problem. e. approach is that it allows the application of computational algorithms for the construction of tailor-made designs.
Neighboring observations that carry very diﬀerent values. 28 2. Fundamentals of Spatial Statistics The rescaled variogram cloud, however, does not take into account that a corresponding variogram model has been estimated and thus the residuals exhibit further heteroscedasticity. To assess the goodness of the ﬁt of the regression and to identify potential outliers one can rather than to employ the original residuals - use the so called studentized residuals u ˜k (for generalized linear least squares estimation these are for instance given in Carroll and Ruppert (1988)).