Some Examples and Applications

  • Scott A. Pardo


Once an optimal point has been found, it may be desirable to find ranges of the factors where the response may not be optimal but may be sufficient. The approach we will take is based on the notion of inverse regression (Draper & Smith, 1998).


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Scott A. Pardo
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  1. 1.Ascensia Diabetes CareParsippanyUSA

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