Full factorial Design of Experiments (DOE) is a method used to study the effects of multiple factors on a response variable. In this type of experiment, all possible combinations of the levels of the factors are tested. This allows for the determination of the main effects and interactions of the factors on the response variable. Full factorial DOE is useful when there are a small number of factors, and their levels are fixed. It is a powerful tool for understanding complex systems, but it can be impractical when there are a large number of factors or when the number of runs required becomes infeasible.
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