examined at several levels. These designs are designated as responsesurfacemethodology [ 5, 6 ]. The most commonly used response surface designs include: full factorial design on three levels, central composite design, Box–Behnken design and Doehlert
Responsesurfacemethodology (RSM) is a methodology based on the suitability of experimental data to a polynomial equation, consisting of mathematical and statistical techniques. RSM looks for statistical explanation for the behavior of a
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number of factors.
The most significant factors indicated by the Pareto chart were optimized using a Box–Behnken design (responsesurfacemethodology) based on 3-level factorial design. The number of experiments ( n ) was 20, which is calculated
Authors:A-C. Tecucianu, O. Drăghici, and S. Oancea
from the fruit pulp of Euterpe edulis using the responsesurfacemethodology . Food Res. Int. , 44 , 708 - 715 . 10.1016/j.foodres.2010.12.025 Danişman , G. , Arslan , E. & Toklucu , A.K. ( 2015 ): Kinetic analysis of anthocyanin