Comparing computer experiments for fitting high-order polynomial metamodels
Johnson, Rachel T.
Montgomery, Douglas C.
Parker, Peter T.
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The use of simulation as a modeling and analysis tool is wide spread. Simulation is an enabling tool for experimentally virtually on a validated computer environment. Often the underlying function for a computer experiment result has too much curvalture to be adequately modeled by a low-order polynomial. In such cases, finding an appropriate experimental design is not easy. We evaluate several computer experiments assuming the modeler is interested in fitting a high-order polynomial to the response data considering both optimal and space-filling designs. We also introduce a new class of hybrid designs that can be used for deterministic or stochastic simulation mmodels.
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