Optimal orthogonal-array-based latin hypercubes
The use of optimal orthogonal array latin hypercube designs is proposed. Orthogonal arrays were proposed for constructing latin hypercube designs by Tang (1993). Such designs generally have better space filling properties than random latin hypercube designs. Even so, these designs do not necessarily fill the space particularly well. As a result, we consider orthogonal-array-based latin hypercube designs that try to achieve optimality in some sense. Optimization is performed by adapting strategies found in Morris & Mitchell (1995) and Ye et al. (2000). The strategies here search only orthogonal-array-based latin hypercube designs and, as a result, optimal designs are found in a more efficient fashion. The designs found are in general agreement with existing optimal designs reported elsewhere.
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|Authors:||Leary, Stephen ; Bhaskar, Atul ; Keane, Andy|
Journal of Applied Statistics. - Taylor & Francis Journals, ISSN 0266-4763. - Vol. 30.2003, 5, p. 585-598
Taylor & Francis Journals
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