Kriging metamodeling in simulation: A review
This article reviews Kriging (also called spatial correlation modeling). It presents the basic Kriging assumptions and formulas--contrasting Kriging and classic linear regression metamodels. Furthermore, it extends Kriging to random simulation, and discusses bootstrapping to estimate the variance of the Kriging predictor. Besides classic one-shot statistical designs such as Latin Hypercube Sampling, it reviews sequentialized and customized designs for sensitivity analysis and optimization. It ends with topics for future research.
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