Small domain estimation techniques for census and survey data

Deliloğlu, R. A. Selim


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Small Response Surface Designs for Metamodel Estimation
Batmaz, İnci (Elsevier BV, 2003-01-01)
The primary objective of this study is to provide the novice researchers in simulation metamodeling with guidance on how to use small designs for metamodel estimation especially when cost effectiveness is a concern. This study was carried out in three phases: First, a group of second-order small designs were evaluated with respect to various criteria. Next, the metamodel of a time-shared computer system was estimated using these designs. Finally, the predictive capabilities of these small designs in giving ...
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Low Dimensional Model for the Fluctuations observed in the Maryland Centrifugal Experiment
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The Maryland Centrifugal eXperiment (MCX) is a novel rotating mirror plasma, which is axially confined by the centrifugal force. The interchange modes can be stabilized by the shear in the azimuthal rotation velocity. Both these goals can be accomplished if the rotation speeds are supersonic with a Mach number~5. So far Mach numbers~2 have been accomplished. Thus residual interchange fluctuations are observed on sixteen magnetic pick-up coils placed azimuthally at an axial location mid-way between the centr...
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R. A. S. Deliloğlu, “Small domain estimation techniques for census and survey data,” Middle East Technical University, 2001.