Characteristics of Dispersed Latin Squares

S. Z. Mahfooz, Y. Khan

Abstract


Experimental designs widely use Latin squares for controlled testing to understand causal processes.
Among many existing Latin squares for a given order, a design of experiment may need a specific Latin
square that offers its treatments (symbols) scattered at the desired locations. There is a need to study
systematic dispersion of symbols in Latin squares to assist effective research designs. This paper
describes the attributes and applications of one of such designs known as Latin square of diamond
dispersed pattern


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