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Computer experiment – a case study for modelling and simulation of manufacturing systems

By Tony R. Sahama and Neil T. Diamond

Abstract

Deterministic computer simulation of physical experiments is now a common technique in science and engineering. Often, physical experiments are too time consuming, expensive or impossible to conduct. Complex computer models or codes, rather than physical experiments lead to the study of computer experiments, which are used to investigate many scientific phenomena. A computer experiment consists of a number of runs of the computer code with different input choices. The Design and Analysis of Computer Experiments is a rapidly growing technique in statistical experimental design. This paper aims to discuss some practical issues when designing a computer simulation and/or experiments for manufacturing systems. A case study approach is reviewed and presented

Topics: 080000 INFORMATION AND COMPUTING SCIENCES, Computer Experiments, Computer Simulation, Computer Code, Experimental Design, Modelling, Manufacturing Systems
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:60694

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