Optimality and efficiency of small chessboard designs for correlated errors
Optimal p x q row-column designs are obtained via complete enumeration of all possible designs for two treatments in some fixed effects models with errors specified by a doubly geometric covariance structure. This is done, in part, by a computer search, for a finite set of sizes of the correlation coefficients and in cases where p and q are small enough to make such a search feasible.
"Optimality and efficiency of small chessboard designs for correlated errors" (2008). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 1076.