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1. 3. Suppose that g)J is a fixed effect and g)J is a random effect. In this case, Xg - Ho/So+ H , ^ Zh = H2/82 + H3/83 + H4/34. 7) The model's variance components are σ|, σ\, and σ4, which are the same as σΐ, σ2-, and σ 2 . Under the Mixed Model Assumptions, y'Poy/δο and y'Piy/δι are distributed as noncentral chi-squared variâtes with mo — i and mi = υ - 1 degrees of freedom, respectively. 8) fi . Ö S S . 10) 2 δ 1 = η σ | + σ4 . 11) Furthermore, y'P2y/Ô2, y'P3y/Ô3, and y'P 4 y/ö 4 are distributed as central chisquared variâtes with mi = b — 1, /W3 = (v — \){b - 1), and m4 = w6(n — 1) degrees of freedom, respectively, where &i — υησ^ + ησ\ + σ\ &ι = na¡ + σ2 δ4 = σ42.

Are = β / Μ ) . 16) is y = HoA) + H,/»! 16) becomes unbalanced in case there are unequal numbers of observations in the different cells. Again, there are two variations of this model: mixed and random. , (τ/3)υί) are taken as independent random effects with mean 0 and variances σ\ and σ^β respectively. Here, the main hypotheses of interest are: ΗΤβ : σ ^ = 0 (absence of interaction between blocks and treatments) and HT : σ? = 0 (absence of significant differences among treatment main effects). In the latter case all the effects (except μ) are taken as independent random variables with mean 0 and variances σΐ, σ\$, and σ\~.

The hypothesis of interest on fixed effects in this case is Hß : βι = ... = ßb, and it follows from the above discussion that the F-test based on SS(ß)/SS(rß) is exact and optimum (UMPIU) because δι and &¡ are exactly the same under Ηβ. Here SS(ß) = w\wx stands for the usual block sum of squares. 5Ü. 3. A canonical form of this model involves V\ = 55 (τ) with associated δι = σ% + bnal + ησ\β and mx = (v - 1), V2 = SS(ß) with associated 82 = σ% + υησβ + ησ^β and m2 = b - 1, u3 = SS(rß) with associated &¡ = σ% + ησ\β and m-¡ = (υ - l)(b - 1), ι>4 = 55(e) with associated δ4 = σ% and w4 = vb(n - 1).