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OLH - Number of points required?

by MarkThompson
Tags: latin hypercube, metamodelling, sampling
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MarkThompson
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Nov19-12, 08:07 AM
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Hi, im currently looking at using an OLH to define a sample set of points in order to construct an MLS metamodel. However, i understand the number of sample points should be around 1.5 - 2 times the number of coefficients required to approximate a polynomial to my design variables. If i have 4 design variables, how many coefficients should i be expecting to need in order to approximate this?
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