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Design and analysis of computer experiments with SimExplorer

Abstract : SimExplorer is a framework that includes an API and an IDE dedicated to design and analysis of computer experiments. SimExplorer combines blind computing on demand service access, traceability and reporting features and sensitivity analysis tools. This tutorial provides the concepts and exemplifies a typical use of SimExplorer, performing a global sensitivity analysis of a given individual-based predator prey model.
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F. Chuffart, Thierry Faure, N. Dumoulin, Romain Reuillon, Guillaume Deffuant. Design and analysis of computer experiments with SimExplorer. ESM'2008 European Simulation and Modelling Conference, Oct 2008, Le Havre, France. pp.575-577. ⟨hal-02591048⟩

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