Full factorial design

Full factorial design,

Definition of Full factorial design:

  1. A factorial design, or statistical model of a process with two or more inputs, that explores the output values for all possible combinations of input values to a business or manufacturing process. A full factorial experiment design takes longer to execute than a partial or fractional factorial design, but provides process output measurements for all possible input values rather than a subset of those values.

Meaning of Full factorial design & Full factorial design Definition