Large systems require new methods of experimental designs suitable for the highly adaptive models which are employed to cope with complex non-linear responses and high dimensionality of input spaces. The area of computer experiments has started to provide such designs especially Latin hypercube and lattice designs. System decomposition, prevalent in several branches of engineering, can be employed to decrease complexity. A combination of system decomposition using a sparse matrix method, experimental design and modelling is applied to one example of an electrical circuit simulator producing a usable emulator of the circuit for use in optimization and sensitivity analysis.

Experimental Design and Observation for Large Systems (with discussion)

RICCOMAGNO, EVA;
1996

Abstract

Large systems require new methods of experimental designs suitable for the highly adaptive models which are employed to cope with complex non-linear responses and high dimensionality of input spaces. The area of computer experiments has started to provide such designs especially Latin hypercube and lattice designs. System decomposition, prevalent in several branches of engineering, can be employed to decrease complexity. A combination of system decomposition using a sparse matrix method, experimental design and modelling is applied to one example of an electrical circuit simulator producing a usable emulator of the circuit for use in optimization and sensitivity analysis.
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