This paper presents some examples of "multidimensional incomplete block designs," a class of designs introduced as such by Potthoff  to provide analogues for the familiar two-factor incomplete block design. Much of the content of  was subsequently presented in , , , and . Three-dimensional incomplete block ("3DIB") designs and four-dimensional incomplete block ("4DIB") designs for additive models are discussed in general terms in  and  respectively; our purpose in this paper will be to provide examples to which the tools developed in  and  can be applied. The original results of this paper have been presented in .
B. D. Causey. "Some Examples of Multi-Dimensional Incomplete Block Designs." Ann. Math. Statist. 39 (5) 1577 - 1590, October, 1968. https://doi.org/10.1214/aoms/1177698139