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Designs for computer experiments

H. Maruri-Aguilar
Queen Mary
Thu, 29/10/2009 - 16:30
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When modelling a computer experiment, the deviation between model and simulation data is due only to the bias (discrepancy) between the model for the computer experiment and the deterministic (albeit complicated) computer simulation. For this reason, replications in computer experiments add no extra information and the experimenter is more interested in efficiently exploring the design region.

I'll present a survey of designs useful for exploring the design region and for modelling computer simulations.