Originally published in 1959, this classic volume has had a major impact on generations of statisticians. Newly issued in the Wiley Classics Series, the book examines the basic theory of analysis of variance by considering several different mathematical models. Part I looks at the theory of fixed-effects models with independent observations of equal variance, while Part II begins to explore the analysis of variance in the case of other models.
Reprint of a 1959 mathematical work which explains a statistical technique for analyzing measurements depending on several kinds of effects operating simultaneously, to decide which kinds of effects are important, and to estimate the effects. The technique is important in the design and analysis of agricultural and other experiments. Intended for use at a graduate level, the book covers several different mathematical models for the subject. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)