Cornell, John A. (1973, ASQC and the American Statistical Association) University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
A review of the literature concerning experiments with mixtures is presented. Beginning with the work of Scheffe in 1958, the review covers approximately twenty papers in near chronological order, the last appearing in October 1971. Although priority in the treatment of designs for mixtures is claimed by Quenouille , and while others may argue that the work of Claringbold  was the impetus for Scheffe's research, the choice of starting with Scheffe is made because most of the authors of the reviewed papers recognized Scheffe as the person most instrumental in pioneering the work which has appeared over the fourteen years.
Mixture experiments,Simplex,Response,Polynomial model,Centroids,Process analysis,Response surfaces,Statistics,Statistical methods,Region of interest,Homogeneity