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A Method of Constructing Balanced Repeated Measurement Designs for First Order Residual Effects in Information Security
Chen-Chi Shing, Lee-Hur Shing
Pages - 59 - 69     |    Revised - 31-10-2022     |    Published - 01-12-2022
Volume - 16   Issue - 5    |    Publication Date - December 2022  Table of Contents
Balanced Repeated Measurement Design, Changeover Design, Carryover Design, Information Security, Balanced Incomplete Block Design.
Very few papers in information security fields discuss repeated measurement designs and analysis. Balanced repeated measurement designs for first order residual effects are used to estimate both treatment and residual effects more precisely.The treatments for these effects can be types of security controls. In this paper we address the need of repeated measurement designs and propose a method of constructing them using both complete and incomplete block designs.This paper attempts to clear up the definition of Balanced repeated measurement designs for first order residual effects designs (called BRM1) first given by Williams and the definition (called BRMP) given by Patterson. Some properties are also discussed how to use them in practice. Further research will be conducted for minimal and optimal repeated measurement designs in the information security field.
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Dr. Chen-Chi Shing
School of Computer Science and Information Systems, Radford University, Radford, VA 24142 - United States of America
Miss Lee-Hur Shing
Library Department, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061 - United States of America

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