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The Efficiency of Split Panel Designs in an Analysis of Variance Model.

Liu X, Wang WG, Liu HJ - PLoS ONE (2016)

Bottom Line: We further consider the efficiency of split panel design, given a budget, and transform it to a constrained nonlinear integer programming.Specifically, an efficient algorithm is designed to solve the constrained nonlinear integer programming.Moreover, we combine one at time designs and factorial designs to illustrate the algorithm's efficiency with an empirical example concerning monthly consumer expenditure on food in 1985, in the Netherlands, and the efficient ranges of the algorithm parameters are given to ensure a good solution.

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Affiliation: School of Economics and Management, Liaoning Shihua University, Fushun, China.

ABSTRACT
We consider split panel design efficiency in analysis of variance models, that is, the determination of the cross-sections series optimal proportion in all samples, to minimize parametric best linear unbiased estimators of linear combination variances. An orthogonal matrix is constructed to obtain manageable expression of variances. On this basis, we derive a theorem for analyzing split panel design efficiency irrespective of interest and budget parameters. Additionally, relative estimator efficiency based on the split panel to an estimator based on a pure panel or a pure cross-section is present. The analysis shows that the gains from split panel can be quite substantial. We further consider the efficiency of split panel design, given a budget, and transform it to a constrained nonlinear integer programming. Specifically, an efficient algorithm is designed to solve the constrained nonlinear integer programming. Moreover, we combine one at time designs and factorial designs to illustrate the algorithm's efficiency with an empirical example concerning monthly consumer expenditure on food in 1985, in the Netherlands, and the efficient ranges of the algorithm parameters are given to ensure a good solution.

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pone.0154913.g002: The effect of initial temperature on the objective function value.

Mentions: First, we set the inner iteration number B, the temperature decrease rate m, the termination temperature ε, and the initial temperature E0 is changed from 1 to 1,000,000. The optimal proportion values and the corresponding objective values are shown in Fig 1. From Fig 2, the objective values fluctuate between 0.005 and 0.015 and, when the initial temperature is more than 100,000, the optimal proportion values and the corresponding objective values can converge to the optimal values of 0.2 and 0.005, respectively. Therefore, the initial temperature can be chosen between 100,000 and 1,000,000.


The Efficiency of Split Panel Designs in an Analysis of Variance Model.

Liu X, Wang WG, Liu HJ - PLoS ONE (2016)

The effect of initial temperature on the objective function value.
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pone.0154913.g002: The effect of initial temperature on the objective function value.
Mentions: First, we set the inner iteration number B, the temperature decrease rate m, the termination temperature ε, and the initial temperature E0 is changed from 1 to 1,000,000. The optimal proportion values and the corresponding objective values are shown in Fig 1. From Fig 2, the objective values fluctuate between 0.005 and 0.015 and, when the initial temperature is more than 100,000, the optimal proportion values and the corresponding objective values can converge to the optimal values of 0.2 and 0.005, respectively. Therefore, the initial temperature can be chosen between 100,000 and 1,000,000.

Bottom Line: We further consider the efficiency of split panel design, given a budget, and transform it to a constrained nonlinear integer programming.Specifically, an efficient algorithm is designed to solve the constrained nonlinear integer programming.Moreover, we combine one at time designs and factorial designs to illustrate the algorithm's efficiency with an empirical example concerning monthly consumer expenditure on food in 1985, in the Netherlands, and the efficient ranges of the algorithm parameters are given to ensure a good solution.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: School of Economics and Management, Liaoning Shihua University, Fushun, China.

ABSTRACT
We consider split panel design efficiency in analysis of variance models, that is, the determination of the cross-sections series optimal proportion in all samples, to minimize parametric best linear unbiased estimators of linear combination variances. An orthogonal matrix is constructed to obtain manageable expression of variances. On this basis, we derive a theorem for analyzing split panel design efficiency irrespective of interest and budget parameters. Additionally, relative estimator efficiency based on the split panel to an estimator based on a pure panel or a pure cross-section is present. The analysis shows that the gains from split panel can be quite substantial. We further consider the efficiency of split panel design, given a budget, and transform it to a constrained nonlinear integer programming. Specifically, an efficient algorithm is designed to solve the constrained nonlinear integer programming. Moreover, we combine one at time designs and factorial designs to illustrate the algorithm's efficiency with an empirical example concerning monthly consumer expenditure on food in 1985, in the Netherlands, and the efficient ranges of the algorithm parameters are given to ensure a good solution.

No MeSH data available.