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Complex systems are pervasive in science and engineering. Some examples include complex engineered networks such as the internet, the power grid, and transportation networks. The complexity of such systems arises not just from their size, but also from their structure, operation (including control and management), evolution over time, and that people are involved in their design and operation. Our understanding of such systems is limited because their behaviour cannot be characterized using traditional techniques of modelling and analysis. As a step in model development, statistically designed screening experiments may be used to identify the main effects and interactions most significant …
- Aldaco-Gastelum, Abraham Netzahualcoyotl, Syrotiuk, Violet R., Colbourn, Charles J., et al.
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