Sensitivity Analysis and Multidisciplinary Optimization for Aircraft Design: Recent Advances and Results

@inproceedings{SobieszczanskiSobieski2007SensitivityAA,
  title={Sensitivity Analysis and Multidisciplinary Optimization for Aircraft Design: Recent Advances and Results},
  author={Jaroslaw Sobieszczanski-Sobieski},
  year={2007}
}
Optimiration by dccornposition, complex system sensitivity analysis, and a rapid growth of disciplinary sensitivity analysis are some of the recent developments that hold promise of a quantum jump in the support cnpincers rcceive from computers in the quantitative aspccts of design. Revicw of the salient points of these tcchniqucs is given and illustrated by examples from aircraft dcsign viewed as a process that combines the bcst of liuman intellcct and computer power to manipul;rtc data. 
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