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|Title:||The impact of ordinal on response surface methodology|
|Source:||Oon, S.J., Lee, L.H. (2006). The impact of ordinal on response surface methodology. Proceedings - Winter Simulation Conference : 406-413. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1109/WSC.2006.323109|
|Abstract:||Traditionally, Response Surface Methodology (RSM) is cardinal in nature. Ordinal optimization was only introduced recently. Since ordinal optimization has been proven to be successful in certain applications, this paper aims to investigate whether ordinal optimization improves RSM by developing ordinal RSM and comparing it with cardinal RSM in terms of efficiency, accuracy and consistency. Assuming that the performances of systems can be expressed as functions of their parameters, both ordinal and cardinal RSM are simulated for several simple multivariable mathematical functions and the effectiveness of ordinal RSM evaluated. It was found that ordinal does not always improve RSM, especially in functions which exhibit a large gradient change over a small region. © 2006 IEEE.|
|Source Title:||Proceedings - Winter Simulation Conference|
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