The number of those factors, along with their possible interactions, determines the size of the experiment and, consequently, the orthogonal array to be employed.
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OA stands for Orthogonal Array
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Among specific topics are the case for software health management, a new approach to autonomous onboard mission replanning using orthogonal array design, programming models and development software for a space-based many-core processor, human-rating for automated and robotic systems, transforming the operations paradigm of space exploration, and large terrain modeling and visualization for planets.
In this study, an experimental study, based on the Taguchi orthogonal array design, is conducted to characterize the effect of different processing parameters on the microinjection molding of molded micolens arrays, including mold temperature, injection speed, packing pressure, and melt temperature.
For this experiment an L25 orthogonal array with 6 columns and 25 rows is used as presented in Table 2.
[-1]] (2) Research Method To be able to perform future extensive applications, we adopted the Taguchi "Design of Experiment" techniques and the modified L81 orthogonal array to prepare hypothesized building models for simulation.
 Bush K, Orthogonal Array of Index Unity, Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 23(1952), 426-434.
The chapters discuss authentication with three and four participants, construction of the perfect authentication schemes on the rational normal curves over finite fields, the use of already known combinatorial designs--t-designs, orthogonal arrays of index unity, and some designs constructed by finite geometry--to construct perfect (Cartesian) authentication schemes, and the perfect authentication/secrecy schemes.
The experimental arrangements using an orthogonal array are shown in Table 2.