Space-Filling Designs for Computer Experiments
This chapter and the next discuss how to select inputs at which to compute the output of a computer experiment to achieve specific goals. The inputs one selects constitute the “experimental design.” As in previous chapters, the inputs are referred to as “runs.” The region corresponding to the values of the inputs that is to be studied is called the experimental region. A point in this region corresponds to a specific set of values of the inputs. Thus, an experimental design is a specification of points (runs) in the experimental region at which the response is to be computed.
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