Data Farming: Reaping Insights from Simulation Experiments
Sanchez, Susan M.
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The bread-and-butter of data farming is the use of large-scale designed experiments, but before discussing the large-scale issues, it might help to review a few key DOE principles for a small-scale experiment. A good example is the game of “Capture the Flag.” Tis game has two teams, each of which tries to sneak up and capture the fag of the opposing team. Consider a stochastic simulation of the game. Suppose two characteristics of a favorite team can be controlled: their speed and their stealth. Figure 1 shows the results of running many simulated games, where green circles, yellow triangles, and red squares represent good, intermediate, and bad outcomes (probabilities of winning), respectively.
The article of record as published may be found at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09332480.2018.1467638
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