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mixed linear model; model with variance components; nonsensitiveness region
Nonsensitiveness regions for estimators of linear functions, for confidence ellipsoids, for the level of a test of a linear hypothesis on parameters and for the value of the power function are investigated in a linear model with variance components. The influence of the design of an experiment on the nonsensitiveness regions mentioned is numerically demonstrated and discussed on an example.
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