Surrogate models - What?
Surrogate models are fast-running approximations of complex time-consuming computer simulations. Surrogate models are also known as response surface models (RSM), metamodels or emulators. They mimic the complex behavior of the underlying simulation model. They bridge the gap between the numerical or experimental, and the analytical. Surrogate models are used for parametric studies, optimization, design-space exploration, visualization, prototyping and sensitivity analysis.
Application areas include bioinformatics, operations research, network simulation, Electronic Design Automation (EDA), ecological modelling, and many others.
- - SUrrogate MOdeling (SUMO) Matlab Toolbox Multivariate Metamodeling Toolbox
- - ooDACE Matlab toolbox object-oriented Design and Analysis of Computer Experiments
- - Sequential Experimental Design (SED) Matlab toolbox Sequential Experimental Design Toolbox
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- YouTube channel - SUMO Lab YouTube channel shows how surrogate models are built iteratively, using adaptive sample selection and adaptive modeling techniques.
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